Regional parties assert themselves
As the parliament elections are approaching very fast, the new Federal front proposed by KCR is determined to move forward with the idea taking an...
As the parliament elections are approaching very fast, the new Federal front proposed by KCR is determined to move forward with the idea taking an example of TS welfare schemes and would like to implement most popular Rythu Bandhu and Rythu Bheema. As we have seen Odisha, Jharkhand and West Bengal states are also implementing the same Rythu Bandhu on different names by giving Rs 5000 per acre to each farmer . The scheme has been appreciated from all corners.
Narendra Modi is also planning this scheme for all states with few changes and it is a welcome sign and all the farming community will be benefited. The second most important scheme being 24-hours free electricity to entire farming community of India. He would like change the present economic model which was existing since independence would like to boost the economy of our country as we were aware that the present growth of Telangana is 29.9 percent . This tremendous growth is an indication of development at a faster phase. What Mr KCR visualizing for the nation is a good step but he has very little time forming a federal front with like-minded individuals and parties will take some more time.
It's a tough time for both the national parties in particular, BJP and Congress and both are determined to win the elections as they are looking for alliance at state and national level. This time it will be an interesting as the present ruling parties are luring the common man with lots of popular scheme and even they are attracting voters by giving 10 per cent reservations to upper caste. Definitely in south and east, regional parties will play an effective role in forming the next central government.
- Kanagiri S Prasad, Hyderabad