Telangana chief minister KCR to begin nationwide tour today

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who recently claimed that he was not interested in any “political fronts” but only “an alternative agenda for the people of the country”, will embark on a nationwide campaign starting on Friday. A statement issued by the Telangana Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said he will be attending political and social programs across the country.

Rao will be in Delhi, Chandigarh and Bengaluru on the first leg of his tour between May 20-27 and will then travel to West Bengal and Bihar on May 29-30. He is scheduled to meet with political leaders, economic experts, as well as the media during his trip.

According to the program schedule, Rao will provide aid to the families of soldiers who gave their lives serving the country and also console the bereaved families of farmers who died while fighting for farmers’ rights against the Union government.

In Delhi, on May 20, the Cabinet will meet with leaders of political parties, hold discussions with prominent economists on the country’s economy and meet with representatives of the national media.

The Prime Minister is then scheduled to travel to Chandigarh on May 22 where he will comfort the 600 families of farmers who died during the nationwide farmer outburst.

“As financial assistance, CM will distribute a check of Rs 3,000 to each family. He will handle the distribution of checks with Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal and Chief Minister of Punjab Bhagwant Man. The checks will be given to the families of farmers belonging to Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Delhi,” the statement said.

Rao will travel to Bengaluru on May 26 to meet former Prime Minister and Patriarch of JDSHD Divigoda. As per the schedule, Rao will also meet social activist Anna Hazari in Ralegan Sir on May 27 and head to Saipaba Shrine in Shirdi to offer his prayers before returning to Hyderabad.

After a one-day break in Hyderabad, he will head on a two-day tour to West Bengal and Bihar on May 29. The Telangana chief minister will meet the bereaved families of soldiers who gave their lives in Galwan Valley last year and hand them over the money. help them.

Earlier this year, Rao invited Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and Maharashtra Chief Minister Udav Thackeray while Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemanth Soren met him in Hyderabad.

Rao criticized the BJP government at the center on many issues, starting with the purchase of rice from the state and the transfer of central tax authority to the states. He has mocked the “Gujarat model” and has also attacked the BJP for stirring controversy over hijab and halal. He was calling for a national food-grain purchase policy.

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