KCR local candidate all over Telangana, will make Kamareddy number one: KTR
Rubbishing the charges of Congress leaders that farmers' lands would be taken over for different purposes in Kamareddy, KTR said that on the contrary, Kamareddy would prosper under the careful watch of K Chandrashekar Rao.
KAMAREDDY: Rubbishing the charges of Congress leaders that farmers' lands would be taken over for different purposes in Kamareddy, BRS working president KT Rama Rao said that on the contrary, Kamareddy would prosper under the careful watch of K Chandrashekar Rao.
Addressing road shows in Kamareddy and Nizamabad on Saturday, KTR said: “At 70 years of age, why would the Chief Minister want land from you people? After he is elected from Kamareddy, it will become the number one constituency in the State.”
Dismissing the opposition parties’ charges that KCR was a non-local candidate in Kamareddy, KTR reminded them that the BRS supremo had achieved Telangana and was a local candidate across the State. “It may be Siddipet or Kamareddy, it makes no difference to KCR. He is a local candidate and his mother hails from Konapur village in Kamareddy constituency” KTR said during a roadshow at Biknoor.
BJP candidate K Venkatramana Reddy, a native of Yellareddy, could contest from Kamareddy but dubbed the Chief Minister as a non-local candidate, KTR said. Slamming TPCC president A Revanth Reddy, who was contesting from Kamareddy, KTR said that the Congress leader would end up securing third place.
KTR assured that River Godavari water would be supplied to the fields of farmers in Biknoor within one year. Similarly, a special package would be offered for people who left for Gulf countries in search of a livelihood, he said. This would be in addition to the insurance coverage for such people as promised by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, he added.
After December 3, the BRS Government would hand over pattas to all those owning assigned lands, he said. He highlighted the BRS party’s manifesto that promised life insurance cover of Rs 5 lakh to over 93 lakh below poverty line (BPL) families on the lines of Rythu Bima implemented to farmers, superfine rice supply to all ration cardholders under Telangana Annapurna scheme, a monthly honorarium of Rs 3,000 per eligible woman under Saubhagya Laxmi scheme, increase in Asara pension money to Rs. 5,000, gas cylinder for Rs. 400, Aarogyasri coverage to be increased to Rs.15 lakh.