KCR giving more priority to contractors than farmers, students

KCR giving more priority to contractors than farmers, students
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He tore into the TRS rule in the State while asserting that the TDP would continue its fights as long as the government delivers its election promises, addresses issues like fee reimbursement, mess charges and free KG to PG education to all.

Hanamkonda: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was according priority to contractors than the students in the State, alleged TDP working president A Revanth Reddy.

He tore into the TRS rule in the State while asserting that the TDP would continue its fights as long as the government delivers its election promises, addresses issues like fee reimbursement, mess charges and free KG to PG education to all.

Ravanth Reddy took part in a massive rally organised by the party’s student wing Telugu Nadu Students Federation’s (TNSF) ‘Vidyarthi Poru Bata’ demanding release of fee reimbursement dues. He addressed a public gathering at Ekasila Park in Hanamkonda on Friday.

“I am going to visit all 11 universities in the State to unite students to build a mass movement against the State government. The TRS leadership can’t stop me,” he asserted. By next March, the fee reimbursement dues would reach Rs 4,000 crores, he added.

KCR was in the post of CM because of the support by Warangal people and hence they have the responsibility to question his misrule.

Only KCR and his family enjoying fruits of separate Telangana amassed wealth, he alleged. While farmers and students were taking to streets seeking loan waivers and fee reimbursement, the CM was constructing lavish buildings with bullet proof bathrooms, he pointed out.

In just two and half years, the CM has laid a burden of Rs 1.07 lakh crores on the people. Before bifurcation, the State’s debt was Rs 69,000 crore accumulated over a period of 60 years and under the rule of 16 CMs. Each person in the State has to bear the burden of Rs 2.5 lakh on his head, he explained.

In the days to come the party would launch agitations highlighting the issues of three acres land dalits and double bedroom houses. The TDP along with all likeminded parties would raise issues of farmers and students in the ensuing Assembly session, Revanth Reddy said.

Party senior leader Seetakka described the TRS rule as feudal rule in which poor and suppressed classes were being neglected. The CM was plotting to keep marginalised sections away from educational opportunities. Party leaders G Satyanarayana Rao, R Prakash Reddy, Vem Narender Reddy and others were present.

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