Shocking revelations by Telangana CM KCR on Congress blocking crucial farm aid
In a sensational turn of events, Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) accused the Congress party of obstructing the implementation of the vital Rythu Bandhu monetary aid to farmers. This accusation came hours after the Election Commission of India withdrew permission for the scheme’s dispensation, igniting a political firestorm in Telangana.
Rao’s Appeal to Voters Amidst Electoral Tensions
Amidst these tensions, CM KCR addressed public meetings at various locations, fiercely appealing to voters to support BRS candidates for the continued development of Telangana. He lambasted the Congress for its stance on agriculture, opposition to the Dharani portal, and the hindrance to the Rythu Bandhu scheme.
Promises and Provocations by CM KCR
Further heating up the electoral atmosphere, KCR promised to enhance old-age pensions, while simultaneously attacking the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allegedly denying funds to Telangana. He urged voters to reflect on the achievements of the BRS government over the last decade compared to Congress’ 50-year tenure.
The Battle Over Power Supply and Land Records
The Telangana Chief Minister highlighted the BRS government’s provision of 24-hour free power for agriculture, contrasting it with Congress’s promise of only three hours. He also emphasized the importance of the Dharani portal for land records, questioning Congress’s commitment to land protection.