BRS Chief KCR: Telangana schemes for Maharashtra too

KCR Maharashtra

Rama Krishna Sangem

Telangana chief minister and BRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao on June 27, Tuesday challenged that Maharashtra can witness development a la Telangana if the welfare and development measures are implemented in Telangana fashion. CM KCR is on a two day tour of Maharashtra on Monday an Tuesday. He will reach Hyderabad by Tuesday night. Basically, this is a pilgrim cum familiarization tour of Maharashtra for his ministers and MLAs.

Addressing a public meeting in Sarkoli the BRS supreme said a newly formed state of Telangana was achieving allround growth and welfare for the people while the states like Maharashtra were lagging behind in this aspect. Terming the present governments in Maharashtra as the symbols of failure the BRS chief said if the rulers are committed the development would reach the roots.

“That’s why the BRS is making its foot steps here and it is keen on realising the development by coming into powers here , KCR affirmed. The 75 years of independence in the country failed to provide the desired results in certain parts and Maharashtra remained one among those , he said and detailed how the fruits of development were reaching the commoners in the state like Telangana.


“Success model in Telangana”

Telangana is the latest born state but the planned approaches of this state have ultimately took the state towards a growth that is true to reckon with, he said. The BRS chief detailed various welfare measures undertaken by the government of Telangana implemented for the uplift of the farmers in particular and spoke about the Rythu Bandhu and Rythu Bhima schemes.

The farmer in Telangana is seeing the development directly and the schemes and projects are taking the state to a specific goal. Making a scathing attack on the deputy chief minister Fadnavis of Maharashtra for questioning the locus standi for the visit of BRS into the rural parts of Maharashtra the Telangana chief minister declared that he would keep aloof from this state if the government of Maharashtra implemented the same.

“If welfare is near the people we won’t come here. There is drinking water scarcity, paucity of basic amenities and many lapses in Maharashtra that’s why we came here to prove our mettle” he announced.

Earlier the BRS chief and the public representatives of Telangana offered Pujas at Pandaripuram Temple in a traditional manner.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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