TPCC principal Revanth splits right into TRS
Warangal: The Congress started its initiative ‘reconnect with farmers’ via Rachabanda program appropriately by selecting untaught Akkampet, the birth place of Telangana ideologue Prof Jayashankar, under Atmakur mandal onSaturday TPCC president A Revanth Reddy released a tirade versus the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, implicating him of disregarding the development of Akkampet town that brought to life Prof Jayashankar that declared globe the imminence of different Telangana.
“The promise to develop Akkampet as a model village never got off the blocks even after eight years. The likes of Kadiyam Srihari, the then deputy chief minister, and S Madhusudhana Chary, the then Assembly speaker, who promised to make Akkampet a revenue village lost their jobs. The Jayashankar Smriti Vanam project was also put on the backburner. The moot point is that KCR wants people to forget Prof Jayashankar and remember his name only as the mentor of Telangana,” Revanth declared.
Referring to the Congress’ initiative to clarify the ‘Warangal Declaration’ to the farmers via Rachabanda, Revanth stated that his event really felt appropriate to start it fromAkkampet “It was heartrending to see the villagers leading their life in acute poverty. Not even a single Dalit in the village was provided with a double bedroom house or three acres land. Akkampet presents a true picture of the state of affairs in the State, and it further poses a question as to why 1,200 sacrificed their lives for separate Telangana when they can’t get its fruits,” Revanth stated.
Referring to the underdeveloped Akkampet, he interested individuals to consider the type of administration provided by the TRSGovernment This is the type of homage paid to Prof Jayashankar on whose ideological background TRS shot to popularity, Revanth stated.
Ridiculing Rythu Bandhu Samithi State president Palla Rajeshwar Reddy’s declares that the government has actually been giving Rs 5 lakh Rythu Bima to the households of farmers that devoted self-destruction, Revanth stated.