Hyderabad, Nov 17 (Hydnow): In a scathing critique of the BJP, The national president of BRS and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao accused the BJP of prioritizing the excavation of mosques (Muslim religious places) over developmental initiatives. Rao expressed his discontent, stating that the BJP is more adept at fostering communal discord than fostering progress.
Addressing large gatherings in Karimnagar, Choppadandi, Huzurabad, and Parkal constituencies, Rao questioned the BJP’s emphasis on mosque-related activities, emphasizing the need for national development. Rao highlighted the numerous challenges facing India, ranging from unemployment to poverty, and underscored the necessity of addressing health, education, employment, and empowerment for all citizens.
“The focus should be on the nation’s development, not on creating Hindu-Muslim conflicts,” Rao declared. He reminded the audience that the former BRS MP, B Vinod Kumar, secured Smart City status for Karimnagar during his tenure, contrasting it with the communal tensions observed after the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Rao criticized the current BJP MP for only addressing issues related to mosques without contributing to Karimnagar’s development.
Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of ignoring over 100 letters requesting government medical colleges and Navodaya schools in Telangana, Rao commended the state’s initiative in establishing one government medical college in each of its 33 districts. He asserted that Telangana would soon produce 10,000 doctors annually.
Rao outlined the achievements of the BRS government, including the establishment of 1,019 residential welfare schools for underprivileged sections, upgraded to junior colleges. Additionally, 119 residential welfare schools for economically backward students from upper castes are in the pipeline.
Appealing to the electorate to distinguish between political parties working for the state’s progress and those attempting to sow division for political gain, Rao called for voters to deliver a resounding message to the BJP in the upcoming Assembly elections. He pledged to maintain Telangana as a secular state, emphasizing the government’s commitment to the Ganga-Jamuna Tehzeeb by celebrating Bathukamma and Christmas alongside other festivals. Rao assured that under BRS rule, Telangana would remain peaceful and inclusive, extending the benefits of welfare and development initiatives to all religions. (Hydnow)
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