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Janagaon (Telangana), Nov 29 – Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis stated that the Maharashtra Government’s decision to supply Godavari water to Telangana, despite significant submergence, was a historical one.

However, he accused Chief Minister and BRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao of corrupt practices, asserting that the Kaleshwaram project was compromised due to corruption, and he warned of potential collapse.

Addressing a public meeting at Palakurthy in Jangaon district on Tuesday, the last day of the campaign, Fadnavis shared insights into the decision-making process, stating, “Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao met in 2015 and asked for Godavari water. As we are neighboring states, I took a historic step to provide water to the farmers of Telangana. That is how the water reached Medigadda. However, he diverted funds in the construction of Kaleshwaram, causing its pillars to sink. It may collapse at any time in the future.”

Fadnavis criticized the 10-year rule of the BRS for corruption, suggesting a name change from TRS to BRS, standing for Family Rahtra Samithi (FRS). He emphasized the need for change in Telangana and urged the electorate to bring the BJP to power for rapid development.

Despite the BJP not being in the state government, Fadnavis highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s contributions, including substantial funding for various projects in Telangana. He promised that if the BJP comes to power, a BC (Backward Class) candidate will be made Chief Minister, Muslim reservation will be canceled, and VAT on petrol and diesel will be reduced, ensuring double-engine growth.