Congress will not win more than 20 seats: KCR in Madhira
Criticising the Congress for having nearly a dozen Chief Minister aspirants in the party, KCR said that the BRS was destined to win with a huge majority in the State in the upcoming polls.
MADHIRA: BRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) has expressed confidence that the Congress is bound to repeat its 2018 performance and end up wining just about 20 seats.
Speaking at a public meeting in Madhira on Tuesday, KCR said, "Every inch of Telangana is mine. As a person who strived hard for a separate State, I want to see all the parts of Telangana developed. I'm not weaving any stories about the governance of Congress, the history is in front of you."
Criticising the Congress for having nearly a dozen Chief Minister aspirants in the party, KCR predicted that they would get not more than 20 seats and said that the BRS was destined to win with a huge majority in the State in the upcoming polls.
KCR pointed out that despite Madhira having a Congress MLA, the State Government selected Chintakani mandal in the constituency for implementing Dalit Bandhu scheme on a pilot basis. He shared that Madhira was an SC constituency where Dalit population was high "Dalits were used as vote banks in the past but I want to develop them. So, I have come up with Dalit Bandhu. Telangana's Dalit Bandhu should serve as testimony for the entire country. We have created reservations for Dalits in various fields," KCR said. He promised the people of Madhira that all the SC families in the constituency would get Dalit Bandhu once the BRS was voted to power.
The Chief Minister then questioned the public, "What will you achieve if you vote for Bhatti Vikramarka? He doesn't even visit the constituency regularly. Will he develop Madhira?"
Recalling that Andhra leaders had made fun of Telangana saying that the State would not be able to produce paddy, KCR said, "We are teaching all of them a lesson today. We have turned as 'Annapurna' of the country and are ahead of Punjab in the cultivation of Paddy."
Explaining that all the milestones that Telangana had achieved thus far was not done overnight, KCR said that the BRS Government worked with commitment round the clock.
KCR urged voters to cast their vote with caution and said all the welfare schemes would be in place if the BRS won as the Congress would stop those schemes if they were voted to power.