The Congress party leaders are hungry for power and its leader Revanth Reddy will definitely sell away the whole of Telangana for peanuts, said BRS working president and minister Mr KT Rama Rao. He was addressing the party’s student wing at Telangana Bhavan. BRSV president Gellu Srinivas, former MLC Karne Prabhakar and others were present.
Mr Rama Rao wanted the members not to get confused with the promises being made by the Congress. It is the party that is responsible for the deaths of 400 people in the state. The party was given a mandate by the people 11 times. All they did was just pull each other’s leg for the party and government posts such as chief minister’s chair. They are least bothered about people who voted them to power. Now without any shame, they are coming to people begging for just one more chance.
Mr Rama Rao called upon the student wing members to rebut the false and bad propaganda by the BJP and Congress leaders on social media. They should tell people what BRS party did all these years. They should tell people what the Congress party did to people and those leaders amassed wealth at the cost of the welfare and development of the people of Telangana.
The members should post on social media the achievements of the BRS party and galvanise people towards the party in the next 30 days. It was the Congress party that merged Telangana with Andhra forcibly and much against the interests of the people of Telangana in 1956. It took six decades to realise the aspirations of Telangana people and it was possible only with CM KCR. He waged a lone battle against the Congress regime and secured separate Telangana.
The Congress party from 2004 to 2014 filled up only 24,000 posts through APPSC of which the share of Telangana youth is just 10,000. That means it filled up just 1,000 posts per year. In contrast, the BRS government gilled up 1,32,000 posts from 2014 to 2023 and recruitment for 30,000 more posts is underway. Mr Rama Rao wanted the student wing members to highlight these points on social media platforms to educate and allay the fears to educated unemployed youth.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao.