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Kavitha mocks Siddaramaiah for BC Declaration

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Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) MLC K Kavitha on Friday ridiculed Karnataka Chief Minister Siddramaiah for releasing the Backward Classes (BC) declaration now though it never thought of conducting the caste census when it was in power at the Centre.
Speaking to the media here, she made it clear that Siddaramaiah has no moral right to criticise Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao who fulfilled all the promises incorporated in the party manifesto. The Congress always made false promises during the elections. KCR, however, would never go back on his promises made to the people.
Kavitha pointed out that the Karnataka Chief Minister unveiled the BC declaration in the undivided Nizamabad district though the Congress did not field even a single candidate belonging to the BC community in the district.
She said that the BRS government under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was committed to the welfare of all sections of people, particularly the downtrodden, Dalits and BCs. The government spent Rs 45,000 crore for the welfare of people belonging to the BC community.
She called upon people to throw the Congress into the Bay of Bengal. There was no alternative except throwing the Congress into the Bay of Bengal. The Congress leader sold the party tickets and amasses crores of rupees. The Congress adopted anti-BC policies.
She recalled that a BC leader, Kasula Balaraju, had attempted to commit suicide after he was denied the party ticket though he strived to strengthen the party. Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president A Revanth Reddy did not even call on Balaraju and console his family members.
KCR was the most popular Chief Minister in the country. He developed the Nizamabad district as a model district. No matter how many conspiracies were hatched, the BRS would achieve a hattrick and form the government for the third time, she asserted.

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