KTR Slams BJP Says It’s Time To Say ‘Bye-Bye’ To Modi Govt

KTR Slams BJP Says It’s Time To Say ‘Bye-Bye’ To Modi Govt: The time has come to bid farewell to the Modi administration at the Center, according to Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) working president KT Rama Rao on Thursday, ahead of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) national executive meeting in Hyderabad.

KTR criticized the BJP and urged Telangana residents to challenge BJP officials about what Modi has offered the state.

During a party gathering, the Telangana Minister of Industry and Commerce remarked that people should confront BJP politicians on what the federal government has accomplished for Telangana.

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“There will be a two-day circus for the BJP. Everything the BJP says is a lie. Each seat will get a visit from a BJP leader. Bring them in. They should see Telangana’s constant electricity. Let’s discuss Rythu Bima and Rythu Bandhu. Allow them to see the water hookups at each residence. Explain all of our plans to the visiting BJP leaders. They need to thank the Telangana people for their contributions to the country “said KTR.

He said that BJP leaders would visit each of Telangana’s 119 assembly districts, and he urged the populace to persuade them to put the administration of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s key programs, such as free power for farmers and others throughout the whole nation, into action.

“What did the Modi administration do for Telangana? The Modi administration only talks; it does not act. The moment has arrived to bid Modi farewell, “Mr. Rao said.

KTR assured the public that he would take up the duty of irrigating 38,000 acres in Kalvakurthi. He said that all individuals who qualify would shortly get new pensions from the state government. He said that KCR was the only Chief Minister in the nation to have put 58,000 crores into farmers’ accounts.

In addition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to Hyderabad to attend the party’s national executive and speak at a general public gathering in Secunderabad.

On July 2-3, the BJP will host its national executive meeting at the HICC Novotel, and on the last day of the meeting, the Prime Minister will address a rally at the parade grounds.

Dr. K Laxman, national president of the BJP OBC Morcha, stated, “Our National Executive meeting will take place on July 2 and 3. JP Naada, the national president of the BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, the chief ministers of 19 states, and other prominent BJP members would all be present at this historic summit.”

In 2004, the BJP had its national executive conference in the city and pledged to quickly create the independent state of Telangana if it won power.