Centre Should Implement Dalit Bandhu: Motkupalli Narsimhulu

Hyderabad, Oct.19 (Maxim News): TRS leader Motkupalli Narsimhulu today demanded that Centre should implement Dalit Bandhu program across the nation.

He told media persons at the Yadadri Bhuvanagiri town here that the BJP is coming in the way of Dalit Bandhu ahead of the bypoll in Huzurabad segment.

He slammed the BJP for stalling the Dalit Bandhu in Huzurabad segment. Though the scheme will be continued later on, he said.

Our aim is to empower Dalits like never before, Narsiumhulu said. He also expressed hope that a similar scheme will be started for development of BCs and weaker sections in Telangana by the government.

Entire nation has to implement such scheme for Dalit empowerment, he demanded. The successive governments suppressed the Dalits for several decades and now the KCR Government sets a model through Dalit Bandhu scheme, he claimed.

Despite tricks being played by the BJP which stalled Dalit Bandhu, the TRS will be winning the bypoll in Huzurabad, he hoped. The people in the Huzurabad will support the TRS and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will see victory in the polls, he maintained.

The Dalit leader took serious exception to the BJP for failing to develop in various sectors. He expressed wonder as to why the BJP government in the centre was failing to check increasing fuel and gas prices. (Maxim News)

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