KCR said we will provide free electricity to all farmers in the country whenever a non-BJP government is formed.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Chairman and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao while reiterating his intention to enter national politics announced free power for farmers across the country if a non-BJP front is elected to power in the next general election.
KCR also asked the people whether or not they should enter national politics. Thereupon the crowd in Nizamabad shouted “Yes”.
The pastor said, “Thank you for blessing me. I take my first step in my journey in national politics with this meeting.
KCR said to make the country BJP-Mukt Bharat by overthrowing the current government in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. We would provide free electricity to all farmers in the country whenever a non-BJP government was formed.
The Modi government had put airports, ports, banks and public sector companies up for sale, KCR noted. “Right now, it is focusing on the agricultural sector. By weakening farmers and giving control to big business, the Center is working to corporatize the agricultural sector.
“As part of this plot, the Center insists on installing electric meters on agricultural engines, as well as raising the prices of urea and fertilizers, in order to make farming an unprofitable business for farmers” , did he declare.
The chief minister also accused the BJP of fostering communalism nationwide by indulging in divisive politics. “A house is hard to build but simple to tear down. States will prosper if the nation is peaceful and prosperous. It is time to remove this communal BJP from power,” he asserted.
Telangana Bharatiya Janata party spokesman NV Subhash ridiculed KCR’s national political ambition. He only dreams of playing big at the national level, but as his recent trip to Bihar showed, he is not taken seriously by any other regional party.
How can he hope to build a non-BJP government in the Center and implement a nationwide free power system with just nine MPs? He asked.
Subhash further said that KCR is talking about entering national politics only to make his son KT Rama Rao the chief minister. He said that “he does not want to be known as the first and last chief minister of the TRS”.
First published: Sep 06, 2022, 11:12 a.m. IST
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