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‘TRS, BJP moving towards Bengal-type politics in TS

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K Venkateshwarlu
Hyderabad

The TRS and the BJP are trying to introduce West Bengal-type politics in Telangana and are enacting dramas to polarise society, TPCC President Revanth Reddy said.He said the TRS and the BJP have raised some controversial issues for public debate and are enacting dramas to ensure that important public issues do not come up for discussion. Both parties made Nayeem, drug cases and the protests of RTC workers controversial, he pointed out.There is a need for the Congress to create awareness among people regarding the dramas of the BJP and the TRS, he said.Speaking at a Zoom meeting with party leaders on Saturday, Revanth said the state government has to pay Rs 25,000 crore to 47 lakh farmers under the loan waiver scheme. The Congress must exert pressure on the government regarding this, he said.

He said that farmers have lost crops on 15 lakh acres and that the Congress must pressure the government to give ex-gratia compensation to farmers. 3Alleging that the TRS government has been trying to seize assigned lands from Dalits citing land ceilings, Revanth said that there is also a need to launch a movement on Podu land issues. The Congress must exert pressure to solve problems in procuring paddy, he said.

Revanth said the Congress will launch its protest after submitting a memorandum to the Chief Secretary. He suggested that party leaders should launch protests in all mandal headquarters and collectorates apart from organising a two-day protest at Indira Park.
He said these programmes will start on November 21 and end on December 5. He asked Congress leaders to give suggestions on these programmes.

He said the protests at the mandal-level will be organised on November 24. Protests in Assembly constituency headquarters will be organised on November 30 and protests at collectorates will be organised on December 5.

He suggested that party leaders should organise rallies from Congress leaders’ statues to collectorates before staging dharnas. He said that state leaders should participate in the protests held at district headquarters and that an action plan will be finalised after these programmes.

Earlier, Revanth attended a review meeting on Dharani Portal and land issues organised by the Kisan Congress in Gandhi Bhavan. Kisan Congress Vice-President M. Kodanda Reddy, CLP leader Bhatti Vikramarka, MLA D Sridhar Babu, TPCC Working President M. Anjan Kumar Yadav, and leaders Shabbir Ali, Ramulu Naik, Mallu Ravi, Vem Narender Reddy, Eravatri Anil, Anvesh Reddy, Preetham, Venugopal Rao, Anil, Vinod, B. Ayodya Reddy and others attended the meeting.

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