Nadda also accused Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao of being preoccupied with feathering his family’s nest with ill-gotten money.
The three political parties – BRS, Congress and BJP – which are in the fray, have promised to resolve the pending issues in the constituency if they are elected to the Assembly.
In response, he assured the villagers that, if elected as an MLA, he would ensure the scheme’s implementation for all eligible beneficiaries.
On Friday, leaders from various Dalit organisations, along with the family members, staged a protest outside the mortuary where Ramakanth’s body was kept.
In Sircilla, KCR said that the Dharani portal was conceived by the government to empower farmers and has helped raise land prices across the State, including in Adilabad district.
In Kanchanapally village of Nalgonda constituency, MLA K Bhupal Reddy faced the ire of the people for the same reason who demanded to know why the government was discriminating against the poor Dalit.
TPCC chief Revanth Reddy said during the meeting, the party decided to constitute a committee tasked with documenting government servants acting in favour of the ruling BRS.
The YSR Telangana Party chief staged a dharna along with her supporters, questioning the tyranny of KCR’s govt against protesting parties.
The same people who once glorified Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao are now maligning his image and are burning his effigies, all because their names are excluded from the beneficiaries’ list.
It’s worth noting that there is no online application process for the Dalit Bandhu scheme, and the application acceptance is limited to offline submissions.
He also said that around 2,300 people in the constituency were provided financial assistance under Dalit Bandhu scheme.
Additionally, those beneficiaries who had purchased units through the scheme were able to generate additional income as profits.
Demanding swift action against those demanding commission, the beneficiaries sought justice and an end to the rampant corruption.
Rao called upon the people to choose between those who would continue the Rythu Bandhu and Dalit Bandhu or those who say ‘Ram Ram’ to Rythu Bandhu and ‘Jai Bhim’ to Dalit Bandhu.