www.thehansindia.com WARANGAL MONDAY 8 APRIL 2019 PAGES 20 `5.00 Forecast: Sunny Temp: Max.42C. Min.30°C. Humidity: 14% Sunrise: 06:01 Sunset: 06:26 H Simultaneously published from Hyderabad | Warangal | Tirupati | Amaravati | Visakhapatnam | Khammam | Kurnool | Delhi H KCR sees change of govt at Centre Will strive for qualitative change in governing, politics: CM HANS NEWS SERVICE Nirmal: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said there will be a favourable government at the Centre and then it would be easy for Telangana to achieve what was due to the state. Addressing a public meeting at Nirmal on Sunday, KCR said his government will bring in a Revenue Act in June and it would be a role model for the entire country. Comparing Adilabad with Kashmir, the Chief Minister said soon the government would bring water from Sriramsagar to Nirmal and will help people of Mancherial and Kumaram Bheem districts by taking up Tummidihatti project. Referring to the national poli- Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao addressing a public meeting in Nirmal on Sunday tics, KCR said: “Somewhere someone has to take the initiative... the country needs to be shown a way. I will try for the change. The ‘Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar’ n BJP comes out with campaign tagline New Delhi: Hours after the Congress launched its tagline 'Ab Hoga Nyay' (Now, there will be Justice), the BJP released its campaign theme 'Phir Ek Baar, Modi Sarkar' (Once More, Modi Govt) even as it attacked the Congress for "ignoring" the middle class in its manifesto. The other themes of the campaign would also include 'KaamKarneWaliSarkar' (A government that works), 'ImandaarSarkar' (Honest government), 'Bade Faisle Lene Wali Sarkar' (A government that takes big decisions) Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley launched the campaign theme and songs, which sought to highlight the party's nationalism pitch as well as the work done by the Modi government. "I am surprised that the Congress manifesto did not once mention the middle class and the emerging middle class, and the advisors from abroad in that party are advocating taxing them more," Jaitley told reporters at the campaign tagline launch. ‘Ab Hoga NYAY’ n Congress launches poll slogan New Delhi: The Congress launched its Lok Sabha poll slogan 'Ab Hoga Nyay' (Now, There Will be Justice) on Sunday by weaving a narrative around the "injustice" meted out to countrymen and "atmosphere of despair" prevailing in the country during the Narendra Modi regime. With the tagline 'Ab Hoga Nyay', which resonates with the ﬂagship promise 'NYAY' (minimum income guarantee scheme), the party will highlight its promise through a theme song 'Main hi toh Hindustan hoon' penned by wellknown lyricist Javed Akhtar. While the concept and script of the campaign is by ﬁlm critic Anuja Chauhan, the video is directed by Nikhil Advani, the cinematography is by Tushar Kanti Ray and music by Arjuna Harjai. "The campaign focuses on justice. This word embraces all and it is not limited to the context of NYAY (the minimum income guarantee scheme promised in Congress manifesto). It promises justice to all, farmers, youths, entrepreneurs and for those who want a better future for their sons and daughters," Congress Publicity Committee chairman Anand Sharma told reporters. The campaign, which comes after the release of manifesto that had the tagline 'We Will Deliver', is focussed on themes of justice for the poor, unemployed youth, farmers, women, Dalits and Adivasis. country needs to change and there should be a qualitative change in the country's politics.” Criticising the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, KCR said that he had never seen a ‘chillara’ Prime Minister like Modi, who targets chief ministers individually with- out discussing policies. He alleged that instead of talking on the policies, the Prime Minister was indulging in individual attacks. “He (Modi) recently went to Kerala and targeted Chief Minister (Pinarai Vijayan). He talks about my nose and jyothisya. Why does my yagam or my face should bother the PM? Can a Prime Minister talk like this? I have not seen such a ‘chillara’ prime minister,” said KCR, adding that the Prime Minister should see whether all sections are getting education, health and other basic amenities. KCR alleged that Modi was doing politics on religion. “Every time during elections, they bring up unnecessary issues like Pakistan, Hindu, and Muslim, etc. Continued on Page 4 PROBLEM OF PLENTY Voting time modiﬁed in Nizamabad LS HANS NEWS SERVICE Hyderabad: Poll timings in Nizamabad parliamentary constituency have been modiﬁed and now voting will be allowed from 8 am till 6 pm in 1788 polling stations on April 11, when voting takes place in all 17 Lok Sabha segments in Telangana. Also, in 17 Maoist-affected polling stations spread over 13 Assembly segments, voting will be held from 7 am to 4 pm. However, the poll timings in the rest of the polling stations in 16 LS segments have not been altered and voters could exercise their franchise from 7 am till 5 pm. CEO Rajat Kumar said the decision was taken as mock polling, on the morning of the polling day, would be taken up from 6 am to 7 am in l Polling will be held now from 8 am to 6 pm l In remaining 16 LS seats, polling from 7 am to 5 pm l Congress complaint against TRS sent to ECI Nizamabad LS segment. Normally, mock polling would be completed in an hour, but since the number of candidates in the fray is very high (185), extra time is being given to complete the process and hence polling would commence from 8 am in all 1788 polling stations falling under the Nizamabad Lok Continued on Page 4 Sabha seat.
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