KCR has to be elected for Rythu Bandhu to continue: KTR

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BRS Working President KTR addressed large gatherings during his roadshows in YadagiriGutta, Bhuvanagiri, and Miryalaguda today. Speaking at the roadshows KTR said that CM KCR was the only leader who could come up with a farmer friendly scheme like Rythu Bandhu. He further added that KCR has to be re-elected for the Rythu Bandhu scheme to continue in Telangana.

Ridiculing Revanth Reddy’s comments where he said the Congress party had patents on free current, KTR asked where was quality current when Congress was in government. KTR added that before 2014 Congress promised six hour current supply but couldn’t even give three hours of power.

KTR said that Revanth Reddy’s three hour power cut and use of a 10 hp motor for farming reflects his knowledge on farming. “Only KCR can give 24 hr power supply. If giving current was that easy then why couldn’t congress give,” he said.

“Do you want the current or congress?” KTR asked the people. He further asked the people to decide if they wanted to vote for Congress which gave Rs. 200 pension or BRS which is giving Rs. 2000 pension.

KTR stated that PM Modi when in opposition cried over the gas cylinder price hike and after becoming PM, he increased Rs. 800 on the gas cylinder. He further said that CM KCR will bear Rs. 800 and provide the gas cylinder for Rs. 400 to the people in Telangana.

KTR said that the Congress couldn’t develop Yadagiri Gutta, failed to give water, current and did not implement progressive schemes which were being implemented now by the BRS Govt.

“KCR made Yadagiri a new district, developed YadagiriGutta temple, gave Rythu Bandhu to the farmers, gave current, water, KCR Kit, and also a degree college,” KTR said. He asked what Congress did for the people of Yadadri.

KTR said that the Yadadri was being transformed massively, giving competition to Tirupathi.

KTR stated that this election will decide the fate of Telangana State and people should make a wise decision while casting their vote on November 30th.

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