Revanth calls K Chandrashekar Rao, a demon

Revanth calls  K Chandrashekar Rao, a demon
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On Tuesday, he launched Rythu Poru Yatra at Narketpalli and concluded at Nalgonda. During his 18 km padayatra, he met farmers and villagers and gave an ear to the problems faced by them under the present TRS rule. Some of the villagers showed their wilted crops and urged him to mount pressure on government to release pending crop loss compensation.

Nalgonda: Firing salvos at Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Telangana Telugu Desam Party State working president Revanth Reddy alleged that KCR’s recent meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi was purely personal in the wake of demonetisation.

On Tuesday, he launched Rythu Poru Yatra at Narketpalli and concluded at Nalgonda. During his 18 km padayatra, he met farmers and villagers and gave an ear to the problems faced by them under the present TRS rule. Some of the villagers showed their wilted crops and urged him to mount pressure on government to release pending crop loss compensation.

Addressing the gathering at various places during padayatra and at a public meeting held at NG College in Nalgonda, Revanth informed that he has taken up Rythu Poru Yatara to instill confidence in the farmers, who were in distress due to attitude of the government towards agriculture sector

He described CM KCR as demon and criticised KTR, Harish and Kavitha for their failure to keep their promises made during elections. “All sections of people are vexed with the policies of KCR which he took in the last two-and-a-half years.” he added. State government inefficiency and inability was exposed openly during the formation of new districts in the State unlawfully, he said.

He demanded government to take stringent action against companies which pumped spurious seeds into the market. Stating that about 2,500 farmers committed suicide after the formation of Telangana, the TDP leader alleged that State government was insensitive to the suicides of farmers.

He informed that people of the district got safe drinking water during the TDP tenure, and the ruling TRS government failed to provide safe drinking water to the fluoride-hit villages in the district.

Further, he listed out various developmental activities taken by then TDP government for the progress of the erstwhile Nalgonda district in united Andhra Pradesh under the leadership of former minister late Madhava Reddy. Revanth inaugurated a statue of late Madhava Reddy at Veliminadu of Chityala mandal. He urged people to extend their support to TDP to teach a lesson to the anti-public TRS government.

Former Minister Uma Madhava Eeddy, party district president Bilya Naik, leaders Sitakka, V Narender Reddy, R Prakash Reddy, Peddi Reddy, Narsa Reddy, Ravula Chadrashekar, Swamy Goud, Kancharla Bhoopal Reddy, Madagoni Srinivas Goud, Kancharla Krishna Reddy and others participated.

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