Chase betrayers away and vote for BRS: CM KCR tells people in Palair

Palair: BRS founder president and chief minister Mr K Chandrashekhar Rao has appealed to people to chase away the betrayers who are coming to buy votes from them. Addressing a public meeting as part of his ongoing election campaign here on Friday, he said those who left the BRS party are now misleading people. “What wrong did I do to Thummala Nageswar Rao? He lost the election but I made him a minister and MLC. He did nothing to the party. Who neglected whom? Another leader now vows to defeat the BRS totally and prevent them from entering into Assembly. Isn’t it arrogance?” he asked.

Mr KCR wanted people to teach them a fitting lesson and put an end to their arrogance and money power. He said it was he who coined and designed the Rythu Bandhu. It was appreciated by agriculture scientist MS Swaminathan and the United Nations. The free power to farmers is another noble gesture to revive the ailing farming sector. “These Congress leaders – Uttam Kumar Reddy says Rythu Bandhu is waste and Revanth Reddy says three hours of power is enough for farmers. Now people should think and what the Congress leaders up to?” he pointed out.

The Bhakta Ramadasu irrigation project which is on the verge of completion has already changed the district. After 40 years of drought-like situation, now Palair is getting water. Much more is yet to come. All the welfare schemes will continue – pensions, Rhythu Bandhu, Rythu Bheema, Rs. 3,000 to women, Dalit Bandhu and others. A total of 93 lakh families will get insurance coverage and free fine rice through ration cards. Cooling gas cylinder will be given for Rs. 400.

Mr KCR told crowds that they should ensure victory for the BRS party. They should elect sitting MLA Kandala Upender Reddy with a big majority.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao