After meeting Nitish Kumar, KCR said, BJP's government has to be removed from the country

Pankaj Prasad
Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao
Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao

Telangana CM K. Chandrashekhar Rao was on a tour of Bihar on Wednesday. During this he met Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao is on a tour of Bihar on Wednesday. During this he met Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Nitish Kumar himself received him from the airport and took him to the venue. After meeting the Chief Minister of Bihar, KCR has fiercely targeted the central government. Addressing the press conference, he said that talks were held with Nitish Kumar and one thing was agreed that by any means the BJP government has to be thrown out of the country. Narendra Modi has remained the Prime Minister for 8 years but the country is being destroyed in every sector, all the people of the country are upset.

The failures of the Center caused a lot of damage

Making a scathing attack on the central government, K. Chandrashekhar Rao said that the country has suffered a lot due to the failures of the central government. He alleged that the state which is standing in its place is doing good work. The central government is not allowing them to do good work. Asking the question to the Prime Minister, he said that the PM had promised that by the year 2022, every poor will have his own house. Was this scheme of the central government successful? Why didn't it happen? KCR said that the way in which work is being done to break people and society in the name of religion. The country is getting completely spoiled by this. Where is the central government taking the country?

Rupee falling due to wrong policies

K. Chandrashekhar Rao said that our economy has deteriorated due to wrong policies of the central government. The amount of depreciation in the rupee against the US dollar has not been seen in history till date. Such policies are being made by the government that all the capitalists of the country are running away from India. People are longing for electricity and water. Prices of everything including diesel, petrol and food items are increasing. In such a situation, the public is facing trouble. But the central government is not bothered.