KCR’s Return and Strong Protest:
BRS President and former Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao announced his return to active politics after a brief hiatus, expressing strong opposition to the Congress government’s stance on Telangana issues.
Fight for Telangana’s Rights:
Emphasizing the importance of protecting Telangana’s rights over Krishna River waters, Chandrashekhar Rao declared plans for a public meeting in Nalgonda on February 13 and vowed to lead the fight for the state’s rights.
Challenging Congress’s Approach:
Addressing a gathering of party MLAs, former Ministers, and public representatives, Chandrashekhar Rao criticized the Congress-led State government’s actions, particularly regarding irrigation projects and farmer welfare.
Consequences of Government Actions:
Raising concerns over the decision to hand over irrigation projects to the Krishna River Management Board, Chandrashekhar Rao highlighted the potential negative impact on farmers and discussed strategies to address the situation.
BRS’s Legacy and Commitment:
Reminding attendees of the BRS’s history of championing Telangana’s water rights, Chandrashekhar Rao underscored the party’s commitment to protecting the state’s interests against external pressures.
Call for Public Movement:
Expressing concern over potential drinking water shortages in several districts, Chandrashekhar Rao called for a public movement to challenge the Congress government’s decisions and advocate for the people’s rights.
BRS working president KT Rama Rao, along with former ministers and prominent party leaders, attended the meeting to strategize and support Chandrashekhar Rao’s initiatives.