CM KCR a well-wisher of Bahujan communities: Bheem Army founder Chandrasekhar Azad

Bheem Army founder Chandrasekhar Azad has said the BRS government in Telangana has been doing well for the SC, ST and BC communities. Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has proved himself to be dear to all the oppressed communities and described Dalit Bandhu launched by the BRS government as a revolutionary scheme in the country.

The naming of the new secretariat building after BR Ambedkar and installation of the tallest statue of BR Ambedkar statue and the welfare schemes introduced by Mr KCR goes on to prove his commitment towards the uplift of the marginalised communities, the Bheem Army leader said. He was in the state capital and visited Ambedkar statute along with BRS senior leader and MLC K Kavitha. They discussed various contemporary issues and national politics.

Mr Azad welcomed the emergence of the BRS party and wished that it should play a greater role in national politics. He wished the party a grand success in the days to come. He thanked the BRS MPs for supporting his cause. The Bheem Army leaders faulted the BJP for the ethnic violence in Manipur and described the developments in Manipur as the most inhuman. The BJP failed to handle the situation and PM Modi proved himself to be the most inefficient in the case. BRS leader K Kavitha said her party would support the cause of Bheem Army and its demand for naming the new Parliament building after BR Ambedkar.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao