Hyderabad, Oct.2 (Hydnow): CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka today alleged that economic imbalances were sharply growing in the BJP-led NDA government rule in the country.
Speaking to media persons at Assembly media point, he said the ruling TRS party in the State and the ruling BJP party at the Centre were ruling the State and the country in complete contrast to the ideals of Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi.
He said there was a lack of freedom and fraternity in the TRS and the BJP rules. He alleged that the two parties’ governments were not following the ideals of Mahatma Gandhi although they claim that they adore Gandhi a lot.
Reminding that Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of building India which is free from political, social, and economic imbalances, he mocked that only two businessmen of the country grew into the world one of the richest people in the last eight-year rule of the BJP.
He alleged that the BJP was trying to divide the country into communal lines in complete contrast to the hard work of Gandhi to unite the Hindus and Muslims of the country during the freedom struggle. He said the communal politics of the BJP were scaring the people of the country.
Commenting on the Bharat Jodo Yatra of their party leader Rahul Gandhi, Vikramarka termed the Yatra a historic Yatra and called upon the people of the State to make the Yatra a grand success in Telangana.
Commenting on the nomination of party leader Mallikarjun Kharge for the post of the national president of the party, he said the BJP was scared following the filing of the nomination of Kharge. He alleged that the BJP was trying to confine Kharge to a community and added that the saffron party was carrying out a poisonous campaign against Kharge.
He made it clear that Kharge has rich political and administrative experience and added that they were welcoming the contest Kharge for the post of the president of the party while extending complete support to him.
He advised BJP and pro-BJP media organizations to find out about the history of Kharge before making baseless comments against him. He also urged another aspirant of the President’s post-Shashi Tharoor to withdraw himself from the contest and extend his support to Kharge. Vikramarka urged all the party leaders to extend their support to the candidature of Kharge in the elections.
He also said he would soon undertake a visit to the slum areas, SC and ST colonies in the State and highlight the problems faced by them on behalf of the CLP and strive hard to solve them. (Hydnow)
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