Farmers’ anxiety is starting of fall of BRS govt: Dr Laxman
HYDERABAD: The BJP Parliamentary Board participant Dr K Laxman on below Friday blasted Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao as well as IT Minister KT Ramarao, stating the farmers’ anxiety in Kamarreddy is the start of the fall of the BRS government.
Addressing the media, he took solid exemption to KTR describing “some farmer died,” mockingly as well as sardonically.”It amounts to insulting farmers and shows how he looks down on a farmer”
The MP asked the government not to settle the plan of attack of Kamareddy with backdoor. “Instead, hold Gram Sabha for taking a decision on the master plan. He found fault with the government acting arbitrarily. On one hand it takes unilateral decisions to acquire lands from farmers to give to big industrialists and real estate barons. On the other, it is letting Centrally-supported projects, like MMTS, railway and road projects, without taking up land acquisition. He insisted that the government should act as a facilitator for development by taking people into confidence.
Dr. Laxman said the CM had secured votes of farmers in farm loan waiver scheme. “But currently he is triggering problem making them spend for choosing him”.
He said the party would intensify its fight on public issues in the next three months. “Also it will certainly deal with farmers’ troubles in every town standing with them.
Reiterating the celebration’s objective, he stated the Mission 90s motto is ‘KCR hatao Telangana bachao’.
“The BJP will certainly be developing a chargesheet versus the BRS government in April as well as Union Minister Amit Shah will certainly be launching it.
Explaining a fancy strategy liquid chalked bent on enhance the celebration at different degrees, he stated a conference of pundits will certainly be hung on the problems encountering individuals. Besides, village-level conferences will certainly be kept in 10,000 towns throughout theState He asked musicians, poets, pundits as well as all areas to find ahead to conserve as well as secure Telangana.