Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrashekar Rao will meet in Chandigarh as we speak households of 600 farmers who died in the course of the nationwide agitation in opposition to three contentious farm legal guidelines, finally forcing a rollback.
Mr Rao, who additionally met Samajwadi Celebration chief Akhilesh Yadav yesterday, will likely be accompanied to Punjab by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab counterpart Bhagwant Mann.
Mr Rao will give them a compensation of Rs 3 lakh every, officers stated.
A day earlier than Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrasekhar Rao’s go to to Chandigarh, Punjab Well being and Household Welfare Minister Vijay Singla gave a compensation of Rs 25 lakh to the households of 5 folks in Mansa who misplaced their lives in the course of the farmers’ agitation.
In the meantime, Telangana Congress has accused Mr Rao of ‘double requirements’ on addressing concern of farmers. Telangana Congress spokesperson Dasoju Sravan stated the Chief Minister has turned a blind eye to the suicide of greater than 8000 farmers in his state.
“If he was so involved in regards to the farmers, why did he help the farm legal guidelines introduced in by the centre earlier,” he stated.
The Telangana Chief Minister arrived in Delhi on Saturday as a part of his tour to attend national-level political and social programmes. He visited a Delhi authorities college yesterday and stated his authorities will arrange mannequin faculties within the southern state on the strains of Delhi.
On Might 26, Mr Rao will meet former prime minister H D Deve Gowda In Bengaluru. He’ll then go to Ralegan Siddhi in Maharashtra the next day to fulfill social activist Anna Hazare.
He’ll then go to West Bengal and Bihar to fulfill the households of the troopers who died at Galwan Valley throughout a standoff with China, an official launch stated
With Telangana firmly below his belt, the political craftsman, now seeks a larger area for himself in nationwide politics ought to a non-BJP, non-Congress entrance materialises amid rising aspirations of regional satraps eyeing a bit of New Delhi’s energy pie.