KCR calls for 'BJP Mukt Bharat', promises free electricity if voted to power

"We will soon come up with a national level election campaign beginning from Nizamabad and send the BJP party back home," said KCR.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  5 Sep 2022 12:57 PM GMT
KCR calls for BJP Mukt Bharat, promises free electricity if voted to power

Nizamabad: Calling for a "BJP Mukt Bharat," Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on 5 September said a national-level election campaign will begin from Nizamabad to oust the BJP.

"In the coming Lok Sabha elections, there will be a non-BJP flag in Delhi. With the slogan 'BJP Mukt Bharat', support us in the 2024 elections and we will provide free power for the farmers like in Telangana state. We will soon come up with a national level election campaign beginning from Nizamabad and send the BJP party back home," said KCR.

He was speaking at GG college grounds in Nizamabad which he visited to inaugurate the new collectorate building.

Addressing the public gathering, KCR said, "Nizamabad has the world's biggest irrigation project Nizam Sagar, but over the years we haven't got the water supply. It took years of protesting in front of the Nizamabad collectorate to urge them to provide water for the fields. In the next few days, the Kaleshwaram Project will make sure there will be no land without water in Nizamabad."

KCR claimed that Telangana is the only state which supplies continuous power supply to farmers, villages, and urban areas. "We give Rs.10 lakh to Dalit women. It is in our government that 3,600 tribal youth are working as sarpanch," he said.

'Modi selling farmlands to corporates'

On Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling for power meters for agricultural fields, KCR asked the public to rethink the reason why the Modi government is doing such things. "They sold banks, airplanes, and trains. Now farmers are on the list…Modi is trying to sell farmlands to corporate companies and is fooling people with useless free schemes," said KCR.

He questioned the PM, "Under non-performing assets (NPA), you and your ministers have given Rs. 12 lakh crores to corporate companies. Why are you unable to provide 1.45 crores to the farmers?" KCR asked farmers' associations across the state to protest against parties that are working against the farmers.

Rs. 100 cr sanctioned to develop Nizamabad

KCR announced that the old collectorate building will be renovated as Induru Kalabharati, an air-conditioned auditorium. He sanctioned Rs. 100 crores for the development of Nizamabad. Further, eight constituencies currently allocated Rs. 5 crores under MLA funds have been allocated additional Rs. 10 crores each.

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