Senior Congress leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka has accused Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao of mismanaging the state’s finances, claiming that Rs 5 lakh crore in loans have disappeared under his ten-year rule. Bhatti alleges that the funds have gone into the pockets of KCR’s family members and BRS leaders, highlighting corruption within the ruling circles. He also accuses the BRS rulers of colluding with wealthy individuals and looting public money, leading to injustice for ordinary people.
Bhatti criticizes KCR’s decisions, such as the closure of the Indiramma Housing Corporation, which has left citizens without the promised double-bedroom houses. He also raises concerns about land distribution, claiming that it has favored select individuals disproportionately. He questions whether the struggle for Telangana was for the people or for landlords, pointing out that multiple families are now living in each Indiramma house provided by the previous Congress government.
Bhatti promises that if elected, the Congress party will promptly implement its Six Guarantees. He also reaffirms the party’s commitment to farmers and questions the effectiveness of the Kaleswaram Lift Irrigation scheme. In conclusion, Bhatti pledges to establish ‘Indiramma Rajyam’ once in power and criticizes the BRS rulers for making empty promises without delivering tangible results over the years.