Kishan Reddy accuses BRS Govt of failing to fulfill Telangana’s aspiration

Hyderabad, Oct 18 (UNI) G Kishan Reddy, the Telangana BJP State President and Union Minister, alleged that the BRS Government in the state has fallen short in delivering on its promises and meeting the expectations of the people.

Addressing a gathering after the induction of Palakurthi ZPTC member Kandula Sandhya Rani and others, in the presence of party election organizing committee chairman Etala Rajender and National Committee member Vivek Venkataswamy at the party’s office, Kishan Reddy asserted that BRS leaders are not focusing on the state’s development but rather relying on financial resources to secure electoral victories.

Kishan Reddy emphasized that the BRS has failed to deliver on key promises, including providing double-bedroom houses for the underprivileged, farm loan waivers, initiatives like Dalit Bandhu and Girijan Bandhu, and the allocation of three acres of land to Dalits.

He criticized the absence of interest-free loans for Self-Help Groups (SHGs), the discontinuation of student fee reimbursements, and the neglect of the Aarogyasri healthcare scheme for the needy. He predicted a growing wave of support for the BJP in the state, attributing this to the BRS’s perceived failures.

Kishan Reddy also accused Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao of betraying the unemployed by mishandling recruitment examinations, leading to suicides among job-seekers.

The Union Minister questioned the legitimacy of AICC leader Rahul Gandhi’s appeal for votes in Telangana, highlighting the Congress party’s role in historical injustices related to water, funding, and employment, which had fueled the Telangana statehood movement. Kishan Reddy criticized the Congress’s past actions, noting that 369 agitators lost their lives during the 1969 Telangana agitation, and about 1,200 youths sacrificed their lives due to the Congress’s delay in creating Telangana. He labeled the Congress as corrupt and questioned its moral standing in the state.

Kishan Reddy further accused both the Congress and BRS of being family-centric parties and argued that corruption had flourished under KCR’s rule. He pointed to the neighboring state of Karnataka, where the Congress had allegedly failed to fulfill the promises it had made to the electorate prior to elections. Kishan Reddy claimed that the Congress government in Karnataka was imposing heavy taxes on the public to fund elections in Telangana.

The Union Minister highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commitment to providing a corruption-free government and pledged to deliver on those promises. He also announced the introduction of “Sakala Janula Telangana” in the state.

Vivek Venkataswamy stated that Sandhya Rani, who had participated in the separate Telangana agitation, would strengthen the party with her membership.

Sandhya Rani expressed her belief in a silent revolution taking place in the state and the people’s determination to bring the BJP to power in Telangana.

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