As next year’s poll battle over Telangana heats up, Congress, the BJP and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) have already started training weapons on each other. In the latest attack on Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Home Affairs Minister and Cooperation Minister Amit Shah taunted him by saying that he is not going to the State Secretariat because some Tantrik (occultist) has told him that he will be in the coming would lose elections if he goes. † “You don’t need a Tantrik to say that, Telangana’s youth will throw you out,” he said at a public gathering on the last day of the month of ‘Praja Sangrama Yatra’ Phase-2 in Telangana in his day. long visit to the state on Saturday.
Calling the KCR-led government “corrupt and useless”, he appealed to the public to make a missed call on a phone number released by the party to show support for the state BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar.
The interior minister pointed to promises made during the establishment of Telangana state and asked the public whether they were being fulfilled. “I want to remind the people of Telangana that KCR promised Neelu (water), Nidhulu (funds) and Niyamakalu (jobs). Has anything come true? We will keep those promises. We will give water, money and jobs , ” he said.
Mr Shah also attacked the Chief Minister on farming issues, pledges to Dalits, OBCs and critical infrastructure development.
“You promised to waive farm loans… you promised 2 bhk flats… you didn’t give… You promised a Rs 50,000 crore for Dalits… You promised 3 hectares of land to each Dalit… you did “I don’t even give 30 cents,” he said.
The senior BJP leader, whose party won two electoral votes and the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) election in the past two years, expressed confidence that the BJP will come to power in the state next year and urged the voters on to choose the saffron party to usher in a safe and prosperous Telangana.
Continuing his attack on the ruling government, he pointed out that KCR did not even allocate Rs 100 crore for the welfare of backward classes.
“You had to build four super-specialized hospitals in Hyderabad, but instead you spoiled the medical universities of Osmania and Gandhi,” Shah said.
The Home Secretary reiterated Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s accusation that the state government was working for the benefit of just one man and his family.
He said KCR gave powers to his children and not to the elected representatives.
Referring to the TRS bearing symbol of a car, Mr Shah accused the control to be in the hands of AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi.
“I have been in public life for 13 years and have never seen a worse government,” he said.
The Minister of the Interior then attacked the KCR government on numerous issues, such as the purchase of rice fields, education and housing. He also accused the state government of fooling people by renaming the projects funded by the Center and posting the photo of him and his son on it.
On the alleged quirkiness against BJP activists, he claimed attempts were being made to make Telangana like West Bengal, a clear reference to the deaths of party employees in the eastern state, for which the BJP blames the ruling TMC there.