Telangana state BJP president and MP Bandi Sanjay Kumar today warned chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao not to create any fears in farming community with his threats in purchasing of their products.
Sanjay was addressing a public meeting at Nizamsagar cross road in Kamareddy district on his 25th day of Praja Sangram Yatra after travelling 300 km .
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao recently asked farmers to go for alternative crop instead of paddy blaming that the central government was not eager to purchase paddy, he said adding that the centre had agreed to purchase 60 lakh tonnes of paddy. But the state government is unable to purchase 20 lakh tonnes to meet the demand of state people, Sanjay alleged.
CM KCR is now hesitating to purchase maize from the farmers, he said and warned that the BJP would siege farmhouse if the former failed to purchase farmers’ products in the state. The podu farmers problems are not yet solved and party would continue its fight in supportof podu farmers, he said.
Stating that KCR is deceiving people particularly farmers in the name of Dharni portal, Sanjay said farmers are unable to get crop loans and benefits of Rytu bandhu due to not issuing of new passbooks of their lands.
The BJP chief alleged that KCR has not fulfilled a single promise made to people of Kamareddy before elections. The BJP has launched this yatra to mitigate problems and provide justice to the people, he asserted and said both TRS and Congress are trying to divert the attention of people from his successful yatra and other main issues by rising drug issue.
Taking a dig at CM KCR, Sanjay said the TRS government has opened one wine shop and bar shop per km instead of school. The way excise policy adopted by KCR may say that those who consume wines would get government benefits, he ridiculed.
Criticising pseudo secularism in TRS party, Sanjay said 17 people were attacked by MIM workers. But the government failed to arrest them. He also alleged that MIM workers encroached temple land in Kamareddy. No insult of hindus would be tolerated and there would be no compromise on Hindutva, he roared.
The BJP would unfurl saffron flag in Kamareddy and there is no chance of any other color flags here Sanjay said adding that MIM has won 5 seats in Bihar where it has only 12 per cent muslims. If 80 per cent hindus come together , people should think about the victory of seats.
Kamareddy district president Aruna Tara, state leaders including Dr Manahor Reddy, A. Rakesh Reddy, N V Subhash and V Sangappa Venkat Ramana Reddy were also present in the meeting.