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Claims free power to farm sector is patent of Cong Bhatti flays KCR’s remarks on Indiramma Rajyam

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Senior Congress leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, who is seeking election for the fourth time from Madhira constituency, has pooh-poohed the BRS chief K Chandrashekhar Rao’s comments that there were starvation deaths in the Indiramma Rajyam and added Indiramma Rajyam meant welfare and development. KCR lacked common sense and hence made such comments, he said. Addressing street-corner meetings at several villages in Mudigonda mandal on Tuesday, he said that in the Indiramma government, every eligible person got work and food. With the “Garibi Hatao” slogan the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi nationalised the banks ensuring loans to the poor and downtrodden and houses to all, he claimed.
Bhatti said that Indira Gandhi brought about the Land Ceiling Act and distributed lands to the landless implementing land reforms. She ended feudal culture and liberated the poor from the indenture system, he said. Stating that the Congress meant free current to the farm sector and it has patent right on it, he alleged that in KCR’s government, not even a single new power plant was built. He (KCR) was able to provide power as there was excess power in the market owing to the increase in plant installation capacities done by the Congress in its rule, he said.
Coming down heavily on KCR’s false claims on power supply and irrigation projects, he said that in the 10-year BRS regime, not even a drop of additional water was given to fields. The BRS rulers played with the precious lives of the educated unemployed youth with their series of bunglings in the conduct of Group examinations, he said.
Bhatti Vikramarka vehemently criticised KCR for his remarks on six guarantees and said that the Congress party made those promises with an aim to distribute public wealth to the public.
“Our party aimed at seeing every family living in its own house.”

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