They have dozen CM candidates, KCR’s jibe at Telangana Congress

Huzurnagar: Mocking the Congress party, saying it has at least a dozen chief ministerial candidates in Telangana, chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday asked the people to vote for a party which delivers on promises.

Seeking votes for the BRS candidate at a poll rally here, KCR said Congress leaders were always interested in their posts and contracts and never have been concerned about the interests of the people of this region.

“The biggest problem is that there are a dozen chief ministerial candidates in Telangana Congress. Wherever you see they are chief ministerial candidates. If one wants to become the CM, the others pull him down. Everyone seeks votes by claiming that if elected he will become the CM,” he mocked at the grand old party.

Slamming the Congress leaders he said right from AICC former president Rahul Gandhi to Telangana CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka say that Dharani should be abolished which may result in undesirable consequences.

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Dharani is an integrated land records management portal being implemented by the BRS government in Telangana.

“You have seen several elections and voted also in the past. People should think and vote. Then only people will win otherwise leaders will win. The elections in which people will win are the real elections. Then only all the people will get justice,” he said, adding there is no such situation in which Congress can win in the November 30 Assembly polls.

Listing out the poll promises, KCR said amounts under social pension schemes and Rythu Bandhu will be increased gradually in a phased manner if the BRS is voted to power again.

He said people like eminent scientist Dr M S Swaminathan and organisations such as the UN also appreciated the Rythu Bandhu– an investment support scheme for farmers.

Rao said as a result of the impetus given to the agriculture sector and farmers in the state, Telangana is able to produce three crore tonnes of paddy per annum, only second to Punjab in the country.

He alleged that it was Telangana Congress leaders who agreed to the merger of Telangana with Andhra Pradesh in 1956.’

Wicked Congress fellows: KCR

CM KCR blamed the Congress party for the knife attack on the BRS candidate Kotha Prabhakar Reddy in Siddipet district.

Prabhakar Reddy, the party’s candidate from Dubbak segment was stabbed with a knife allegedly by a 38-year-old man on October 30 while he was campaigning.

“Yesterday, Congress durmargulu (wicked fellows) attacked our party candidate with knives. By God’s grace he is alive. We could save his life by taking him to hospital and treating him in an emergency,” Rao said.

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Reddy, who is an MP from Medak Lok Sabha constituency, suffered injuries to his stomach and was shifted to Yashoda Hospital in Hyderabad where doctors carried out surgery on him. He is said to be stable.

Except for doing good to people, his party or the government has not harmed anyone in the last ten years, KCR further said.

Speaking about the law and order situation in the state, KCR said Telangana has been progressing without any law and order problems such as curfews during the past ten years.