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Dacoit rule continuing in State, Congress will come back: Uttam

Alleging that “dacoit rule” was going on in the State, TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy has said that no family was getting benefited except the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s family in the state. He stated that they will give Rs.3000 per month to the unemployed youth immediately after Congress coming to power. He also assured that the Congress party would construct additional room to the existing Indiramma houses. He said that the Congress party would extend Rs.200 bonus per quintal paddy after coming to power.

Addressing farmers’ meeting here on Friday, Uttam said that KCR returned from Osmania University failing address the University’s centenary celebrations meeting couple of days ago. The Chief Minister has waged separate Telangana movement in the name of water, funds and jobs but KCR’s family members only got jobs and funds. Later, he launched the Farmers’ padayatra at Tuljapur.

Former Minister Sunitha Laxma Reddy has demanded the state government to purchase the crop of the farmers at minimum support price. The TRS government did nothing to the farmers in the last three years. She demanded the state government to give Rs.10,000 per acre to the farmers who lost their crop. Participating in the meeting, former MP Ponnam Prabhakar said that the Congress party would waive Rs.2 lakh loan of the farmers immediately after coming to power at one go. (NSS)