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Siddipet: Finance Minster T Harish Rao on Sunday described BJP as the Bharatiya Jhuta Party for going against the interests of the farming communiy in the country.

Addressing BJP leaders and cadre from Gurralagondi village in Sididpet Assembly constituency who here, Harish said that the BJP government at the Centre failed to keep its promises on many fronts. “The BJP government pushed the farmers into a crisis by bringing in the farm law, and now it has increased the prices of fertilisers which will eventually burden the farmers,” he said.

While the Telangana government headed by Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was coming up with several farmer-friendly programmes such as Rythu Bandu, Rythu Bima, free 24×7 electric supply, making available seeds and fertilisers and providing sufficient irrigation water, the Centre was only heaping problems on the farming community.

The BJP, he said, assured employment to crores, but the Centre’s decision to disinvest in public sector companies resulted in the unemployment of thousands. Unlike the union government, the Telangana government will keep its promises by issuing recruitment notifications and also by creating employment opportunities in the private sector.

He called upon the people to stay with TRS because it is also in the forefront in protecting the rights of Telangana and its people. BJP Mandal Party leader Boini Yellam, District leader Patendla Rajam, Pitla Suresh, Suragoni Mahesh, and several others joined the party.




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