Hyderabad. Oct 14 (Hydnow): National BJP General Secretary and Karimnagar MP, bandi Sanjay criticized Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao for cheating the farmers of South Telangana.
Addressing the farmer’s conference, under the auspices of the BJP at Nampally Exhibition Grounds he had drowned his horn in fish broth. KCR signed only for 299 TMC of Krishna water instead of 575 TMC. He said that KCR is afraid that his cheating will come out with the setting up of the Krishna Tribunal. He said that after the elections, KCR will call Rythubandhu Bandh. He advised the farmers not to be deceived once again by believing KCR’s words.
He demanded the KCR government show where the center has installed meters for the motors. He said that KCR has tried to put meters on motors in the name of the Centre. KCR backed down on the privatization of Singaren only after PM Modi told the facts in Ramagundam. He accused KCR of betraying South Telangana by colluding with AP CM. He said that it was the Center that did justice to Telangana farmers. KCR is responsible for not having a single drop of water in Nagarjunasagar. He asked KCR to tell him where the guarantee of free urea has gone. Bandi Sanjay urged Telangana farmers to vote for BJP in the upcoming elections. (Hydnow)
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