Congress Alone Can Do Justice To People: Mallu Bhatti

Congress Alone Can Do Justice To People: Mallu Bhatti

Hyderabad, Sept.25 (Hydnow): CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka today said the Congress party alone could do justice to the people of the State. He said the continuation of pending projects and provision of jobs was possible only by the Congress party.

Addressing media persons at Munugodu along with the MLA D. Seethakka and other party leaders, he made it clear that the people of the constituency should teach a befitting lesson to the ruling TRS party for not fulfilling the promises made to the people of the State.

He asked the voters whether they would prefer the TRS party not to implement the unemployment wages scheme, double bedroom housing scheme, three acres of land to the poor Dalit families of the State, minimum support price to the crops of farmers and not completing SLBC and Udaya Samudram irrigation projects?

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He said the TRS party had turned the State into debt-ridden after promising to turn it into a golden Telangana. He said the people were left with Rs 5 lakh crore debt under the TRS party’s rule.

Targeting the BJP, Bhatti said the industrialist Gautam Adani had become the second richest person in the world thanks to the cooperation he received from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He alleged that Modi had handed over the assets and statutory bodies to Adani. He said Adani, who had only Rs 50,000 crores, became the owner of Rs 11 lakh crore only after receiving the public assets from the PM.

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Targeting State BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar, Vikramarka termed the Praja Sangrama Yatra of the former as a yatra of poison.

He said the yatra of Sanjay had become poisonous due to his inflammatory and insane statements throughout the yatra. He exhorted the voters of Munugodu to not allow the BJP to set foot on their soil for selling the public assets of the country and inciting communal hatred in the country and the State.

He told the people that the prices of petrol and diesel would come down only after the defeat of the BJP in the upcoming by-elections. He urged the voters of the constituency to vote for their party candidate Palvai Sravanthi in the by-election and ensure the victory of the party in Munugodu. (Hydnow)

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