Telangana CM Says, Their Political Party is Not for The State, It’s for India

Telangana CM Says, Their Political Party is Not for The State, It’s for India

K Chandrashekar Rao, the Chief Minister of Telangana, expressed his ambition for a successful India during a Monday address. He asserted that his political party, the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), is devoted to the nation. He noted that the magnitude of a million-mile journey is insignificant compared to the first step taken.

At the Telangana Bhavan in Hyderabad, KCR spoke to a crowd of people, expressing his thoughts. He stated, “Before independence, there were such political situations where lives, properties, and even families were sacrificed. After Independence, the Constitution was formed. In the subsequent period, many changes took place in politics and public life. If we take into account what we have seen, experienced, and studied in the long political life of fifty years, the country has not reached the stage it should have reached.”

He stated that India is smaller than both the US and China when making comparisons between the three countries. “Only 29 percent of America and 16 percent of China are cultivable lands. But 50 percent of the land is available for cultivation in India. Half of it has excellent cropland. There is adequate sunlight. But crops are not growing as expected,” KCR said.

The Chief Minister highlighted that, according to the Central Water Commission, India receives an annual total of 1.4 lakh TMC of water. He expressed his desire that if the farmers are provided with regular support and encouragement, India will be successful in becoming the most developed country in the world. He further added that the country has seen the farmers staging sit-ins in the nation’s capital for an entire year.

The installed power capacity of India, he said, is 4 lakh megawatts, including solar power, hydropower, and thermal power. But the country never utilized more than 2 lakh megawatts, KCR said.

KCR lamented, “It is disheartening to see that despite having resources, facilities, and manpower, we are still unable to develop our own production of palm oil and jaggery and instead must rely on imports. We must take steps to ensure that India is no longer in such a situation. The Bharat Rashtriya Samman (BRS) is not just a state initiative, it is a national one. To reach a million kilometers, we must first take a single step.”


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