Economic Imbalances Growing Under BJP Rule: Bhatti

PM Modi Sold India To Adani And Ambani: Mallu Bhatti

Khammam, Aug.10 (Hydnow): CLP Leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka today alleged that Prime Minster Narendra Modi had pledged the country to industrialists Adani and Ambani. He said they were now forced to fight to protect the treasures of the country due to the shameful acts of the PM.

The CLP leader made these remarks while addressing a gathering at Pedda Thanda of Khammam rural mandal on the second day of his ongoing Azadi Ka Gourav yatra. The yatra is being held to celebrate the 75th Independence Day celebrations.

Speaking on the occasion, Bhatti said the Congress party had strengthened the economy of the country, which was freed following the sacrifices of several great leaders.


He also said the Congress party built irrigation projects across the country and brought about green revolution in the country.

Targeting the BJP, Bhatti alleged that the saffron party had killed the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi, who brought the freedom to the country. He alleged that a leader of the right wing organisation was claiming himself to be the father of the nation and extending his support to the killer of Mahatma Gandhi.

He urged the people to remember the services of the Congress party, which fought for the welfare and the development of the people of the country and the State.


He told the people that the a government led by the Congress party alone would solve all the problems faced by the people of the State. (Hydnow)

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