Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, also known as KCR, spoke at a rally in Jangaon, emphasizing the importance of development for all sections of society. He declared that as long as he is alive, Telangana will remain a secular state. KCR highlighted that there has been no communal tension in the state for the past 10 years and attributed this to their friendly industrial policy, which has attracted significant investments and created job opportunities for the youth. He urged people to vote for local candidates and not be swayed by the Congress party’s empty promises.
KCR welcomed former PCC president Ponnala Lakshmaiah, who recently left the Congress party, and praised his decision. He urged voters to support BRS to ensure continued progress and development. KCR expressed concerns about the Congress party’s plan to abolish Dharani, an integrated land management portal, which he believes would lead to chaos. He highlighted the unique provision of free power to farmers 24 hours a day in Telangana and pointed out the failure of Congress’ promise of free power in Karnataka.
KCR emphasized the need for fool-proof land registrations to protect farmers’ lands. He urged voters to punish the Congress party if they fail to prioritize the safety and security of farmers’ lands. KCR also mentioned plans to expand the Information Technology industry to Jangaon after the November 30 polls. He assured voters that schemes like Dalit Bandhu would continue with increased benefits and promised to fulfill all other demands put forth by the party candidate, Palla Rajeswar Reddy.