Telangana Elections: PM Modi played Dalit card, promised to resolve this old dispute related to SC
Voting for the Telangana Assembly elections 2023 will take place on November 30. For the first time before the elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had arrived on Saturday to campaign for the Bharatiya Janata Party. On this occasion, PM Modi addressed the “Madigas Vishwaroop Mahasabha” meeting, a massive election campaign organized by the BJP at the Parade Ground in Secunderabad.
By Bhavna Pandey
While addressing this General Assembly, PM Modi, playing the Dalit card in this election, promised that a committee will be formed to permanently resolve the complex issue of sub-certification of Scheduled Castes (SC). World Cup: What will happen if the World Cup final is tied? How will Super Over or Boundary Count be used to decide the winner? Modi indirectly sought support from the Dalit community before the Telangana Assembly elections.
While consoling Dalit leader Manda Krishna Madiga and apologizing to the community on behalf of all parties, PM Modi said that I will fulfill the old promise I had made, a committee will be formed to resolve the sub-certification dispute of Scheduled Castes (SC). Will do. Remember, 17 percent of the population of Telangana are Dalits, of which Madigas are in majority.
Addressing the Madigas Vishwaroop Mahasabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that we will end the injustice being done to the Scheduled Castes. This is our commitment, and BJP will stand with you. To resolve this issue, we will form a committee,” he said, adding that he was aware of a related case pending before the Supreme Court.
Courtesy : One India
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