BRS President and Telangana Prime Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said on Monday that the party’s activities would gain momentum in several states after this month’s ‘Makara Sankranti’ festival.
Speaking after the former minister and other leaders from neighboring Andhra Pradesh joined the BRS here this evening, Mr Rao said the party had received an overwhelming response and aimed to establish its structure across the country. said that “After Sankranti, our momentum kicks off in He 7 or He 8 states,” he said.
He said party committees should be set up in more than 60 million villages.
“I make a promise to the entire Dalit community. Support BRS and win. We will give free power to farming communities in the country. . For 25 million households a year, it will cost Rs 2.5 crore,” he said.
Rao, also known as KCR, said the BRS was established to bring about qualitative change in the country from a development perspective and to bring development outcomes to the people.
He argued that the country was unable to take advantage of the vast natural resources it was given.
Due to bad policies, the country has problems such as “water wars” and power shortages, he said.
Attacking the center’s NDA government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, he was required to import items such as nail clippers, shaving blades, national flags, firecrackers and kite ‘manja’ (a string woven from shards of glass). claimed to be. From China.
“But there’s a lot of talk about ‘Make in India’, where is Make in India?” he said. If ‘Make in India’ is true, he asked if ‘China Bazaars’ have popped up all over the country.
He criticized the Modi government’s “privatization policy” and said that even if the center “sold” Vizag Steel in Andhra Pradesh, the BRS would return it to the public sector once the party took power. .
Rao announced former IAS officer Thota Chandrasekhar, who joined the party on Monday, as chairman of Andhra Pradesh’s BRS. Rao’s TRS was renamed Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) last year.
‘Dalit Bandhu’ is the main Dalit welfare scheme of Telangana’s BRS government, which gives 100,000 rupees as a subsidy to lift beneficiary Dalit households out of poverty.
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