In a series of public meetings across Telangana, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) passionately compares the transformative journey of the state, emphasizing the struggle for survival during its early days. He dismisses Congress as a party of broken promises and accuses BJP of religious extremism.
KCR highlights the historical context, pointing out Congress’s 58-year rule marred by attempts to merge Telangana with Andhra and suppression of activists. He contrasts this with the achievements of the TRS government, showcasing welfare schemes like Rythu Bandhu, Kalyana Lakshmi, and infrastructure projects like Mission Bhagiratha and Mission Kakatiya.
Addressing misconceptions, KCR defends the Dharani land record system, criticizing Congress leaders for distorting its significance. He warns against falling for BJP’s religious panchayats and cites the party’s failure to allocate a single Navodaya school or medical college to Telangana.
Expressing emotion in Karimnagar, KCR promises 24-hour drinking water, increased grain production, and employment opportunities through initiatives like the Warangal Kakatiya Mega Textile Park. He pledges to develop various regions, including setting up a court in Parakala and creating new mandals.
In the face of opposition, KCR urges voters to consider the state’s progress under TRS and vote for honest leaders. As the election unfolds, the contrasting narratives of development and governance take center stage in Telangana’s political landscape.