Telangana Chief Minister KCR has strongly responded to TPCC chief Revanth Reddy and the Congress party’s complaint against the Rythu Bandhu scheme. KCR emphasized his efforts in achieving statehood for Telangana and criticized those who are challenging him now. He also criticized the Congress government in Karnataka for not providing enough electricity and trying to teach moral lessons without direction.
KCR highlighted Telangana’s achievements in the past ten years, particularly the successful implementation of initiatives like Rythu Bandhu, which supports farmers financially. He questioned other political parties’ contributions to farmers and proudly stated that Telangana is the only state in the country with 24-hour electricity.
KCR emphasized that his actions are not driven by electoral gains but by a genuine commitment to the people. He promised not to make false promises for votes and highlighted the significant increase in paddy production in Telangana. He criticized Congress leaders for focusing on petty politics instead of the well-being of Telangana.
The chief minister expressed concerns about the lack of access to fresh water in BJP-ruled states and assured that the government will secure the land accounts of farmers despite the removal of the dharani system.