Modi thinks he’s Brahma: KCR


Hyderabad: Telangana experienced unprecedented political heat on Saturday. On the one hand, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had organized a grand reception for the opposition presidential candidate Yashwant Sinha and on the other hand, the BJP was holding its national executive.

KCR took the opportunity to pose nine questions to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asked him to answer them when he addresses the public meeting at Parade Grounds on Sunday.

“The prime minister still thinks he is smart and will always remain prime minister. Political change is imminent in the country. People are waiting for it,” he said. “Modi does not care about farmers. It was the Telangana government that provided financial aid of Rs 3 lakh to each of the bereaved families of farmers who died during the unrest. The BJP ridiculed the gesture of the TRS government and eventually Modi had to apologize and take down the farm. laws,” he added. This shows that farm laws are not favorable to farmers, he said.

“Modi failed to extend the MSP to agricultural products. Farmers demand MSP not waiver of NPA. Modi promised to double farmers’ income. But investments in agriculture have doubled,” he said.

He said, “Pradhan Mantri Hyderabad mein hain aur gala phad phad kar arop lagayenge. Lekin pahle hamare prashno ka uttar dijiye.” The peasant community struggled against the draconian laws. More than 700 farmers sacrificed their lives. The Modi government has branded the farmers as terrorists and the Khalistani gang. Ministers and BJP leaders attacked farmers they were mowed down by cars.

He also demanded that Modi disclose details of jobs created and industrial growth under Make in India.

The prime minister should learn from China where leaders talk less and work more. This is why China’s GDP had crossed $16 trillion while India’s economy was just under $3 trillion. Reaching the 5 trillion figure is a distant dream, he said.

He added that the Prime Minister promised to bring black money hidden in foreign banks back to India. But under the BJP government, black money has doubled. NPAs have increased and this has been admitted by the Union Finance Minister in her statement to Parliament.

The NPA crossed Rs 18.6 lakh crore against Rs 4 lakh crore to Rs 5 lakh crore reported in the previous government. The prime minister is also expected to explain why the value of the rupee has fallen significantly. He had criticized then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and demanded an answer on why the rupee was devalued. Now he has to answer it, KCR added.

He challenged the prime minister to try to overthrow his government like they had done in Maharashtra. “BJP says after Maharashtra it’s TRS turn. Try,” he thundered.

KCR said the BJP government had destroyed the democratic structure and weakened the federal structure. States are pressured to buy imported coal. He said, “We have been fighting for Telangana for 60 years and are ready for another big fight with the Center. He said BJP has mastered the art of overthrowing governments but they will not succeed here.” did he declare.

He called on all MPs across the country to vote according to their conscience on election day and support Yashwant Sinha.


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