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TS should become great in future: KCR

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Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao kept his speech simple and straightforward on Tuesday at Gajwel.
He spoke mostly the same thing that he had spoken in the 95 other constituencies, that is, that he will turn 70 next February and all he wants is the development of Telangana and not ‘posts.’
Addressing his last rally at Gajwel, which he represents currently, KCR attacked Congress leaders’ promise to bring back ‘Indiramma Rajyam’ (rule of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi) if voted to power in Telangana and said that her rule was filled with “staged police encounters, firings and murders.”
KCR is contesting from Gajwel in the Assembly polls. The BJP has fielded its MLA Eatala rajender against KCR making it a keenly watched battle.
Thanking Gajwel voters for electing him as an MLA, KCR assured that the constituency will be developed if he is given a chance again.

“I will turn 70 next February. Achieving statehood for Telangana itself is a great honour for me. Posts are not important. I’ve been Chief Minister for 10 years. Telangana should become great in future, that is my ambition,” he said.
Thanking Gajwel voters for electing him as their MLA, KCR said that if given a chance once again he will develop the constituency. He expressed the hope that Telangana would achieve 100 per cent literacy and the poor would have better medical facilities free.

KCR also said that his dream is to make Telangana a hub of the food processing industry.

Seeking votes for BRS candidates in the November 30 Assembly polls, KCR, at his 95th election rally here, said that if the BRS is voted to power again, Warangal will be developed with additional civic infrastructure.

He said that a mega textile park would be established near Warangal and it will provide employment to a lakh.

“As Warangal is the second largest city in Telangana we will bring industries to this city,” he said.

Declaring that there was no development during Congress rule, he stressed that the BRS must be voted to power again to continue development projects.

He also assured that if the BRS is voted to power in the state, old age pension would be increased to Rs 5,000 per month from the existing Rs 2,000.

“Today, the Congress is saying that they’ll bring Indiramma Rajyam if they win. Who wants Indiramma Rajyam? What happened during Indiramma Rajyam? If it was so good, why did NTR (former Chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh NT Rama Rao) float a party and offer rice at Rs 2 a kg? Indiramma Rajyam was filled with emergency, staged police encounters, firings and killings,” he said referring to Indira Gandhi’s rule.

He said that it was during Congress rule in 1969 that around 400 people were shot dead during the separate Telangana state movement.

He said that Telangana is now number one in the country, ahead of Modi’s home state Gujarat in per capita income.
KCR proves he is fit as a fiddle
hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao who was battling a viral infection two months ago proved to be fit as a fiddle by addressing 96 public meetings. The almost 70-year-old BRS Chief addressed four meetings a day on average during his election campaign.
Without any break, KCR visited four constituencies a day and attended campaign meetings.
KCR attended 96 Praja Asharivaad meetings and created a record. On October 15, he started in Husnabad constituency took a break on Diwali and ended it on Tuesday at Gajwel.
During his tour, KCR went around four constituencies by helicopter in a day. He did not take a step back even though two or three times the helicopter developed snags. Even though he was late by an hour, he went via road, attended campaign meetings and encouraged BRS activists. KCR participated in BRS Praja Aashirwada Sabhas for almost 45 days.
During the last 60 days, BRS Working President KTR played a key role in taking forward the BRS campaign across the state. He addressed massive gatherings during 70 roadshows, delivered speeches at around 30 public meetings and sector-based meetings, and interacted with BRS workers and leaders through 150 conference calls.

Health Minister Harish Rao campaigned for 60 days and attended around 80 campaign meetings and roadshows. Harish’s visits to districts by car and helicopter brought BRS victory closer. He held teleconferences with BRS cadres in many districts while travelling by car.

MLC Kavitha campaigned extensively in 10 constituencies by participating in around 70 roadshows, rallies and meetings. She has been staying in Nizamabad for around a month now.

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