Tuesday, April 16, 2024

LOK SABHA ELECTIONS Kishan accuses Cong of collecting ‘Rahul Tax’ from realtors, builders

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Union Minister for Tourism and BJP State Unit President G Kishan Reddy on Tuesday accused the Congress leaders of collecting Rahul Tax from builders and realtors in connection with the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
While addressing the Patancheru Vijay Sankalpa rally, Kishan Reddy alleged that the KCR family looted Telangana wealth. There is no change in the governance in Telangana even after Congress came to power. The Congress leaders are collecting Rahul Tax from builders and realtors. He alleged that BRS and Congress are both corrupt parties and MIM joined hands with them. These three parties are cut from the same cloth. He called upon the people to defeat family parties to ensure that democracy flourishes.
The Union Minister said that the Narendra Modi government worked for the development of Telangana in the last 10 years. However, the BRS looted Telangana. He alleged BRS leaders looted the state by grabbing lands, and illegal sale of sand, liquor and others.
He alleged that the Congress party leaders have been collecting ‘Rahul Gandhi’ tax within 100 days of coming to power. The Congress party has been collecting Rahul Gandhi tax threatening realtors and builders.
Kishan Reddy alleged that KCR is trying to make his son KTR Chief Minister and the Congress party is trying to make Rahul Gandhi Prime Minister. However, the BJP is the party working for the nation and the people. He said that Narendra Modi is going to score a hat trick in the upcoming elections. He appealed to the people of Telangana to ensure the victory of 17 out of 17 BJP candidates in Telangana.
He wondered whether the BJP and the Congress would become friends just because Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy called Prime Minister Narendra Modi his elder brother.
Kishan Reddy said that there is no clarity regarding the implementation of the six guarantees. He demanded that the Congress government state when it would fulfil the promise of waiving crop loans up to Rs 2 lakh at one go and providing Rs 4,000 pensions.
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