An emotional Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi (MRPS) chief Manda Krishna Madiga extolled ‘Big Brother’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and pleaded with him to supply an answer to the 30-year-old peaceable wrestle for offering social justice to the Madiga group from among the many Scheduled Castes (SCs), on Saturday.
“There is no leader comparable to you in the country. You may look serious, but your heart can melt. You have come from a poor BC background and reached the high position overcoming many hurdles. You can well understand our plight and if there is anybody who can do the SC categorisation, it is you as you are not known to go back on your promises come what may,” he addressed the Prime Minister on the ‘Oppressed Communities’ public assembly in Parade Grounds.
Mr. Krishna Madiga stated as a “little brother”, he’ll grow to be a ‘Lakshmana’ and the group will stand by Mr. Modi within the South the place the BJP has been hit with detrimental propaganda. “Many intellectuals told me that our problems will be solved if the PM comes to our meeting. Which PM had last attended a BC meeting and now a meeting of oppressed classes within a span of few days?,” he questioned.
The MRPS chief was seen repeatedly hugging on assembly the Prime Minister as quickly has bought on stage and likewise bought emotional a number of occasions. Mr. Modi was observed patting his again to console him and later even Union Minister Kishan Reddy needed to do the identical when the PM was talking.
Mr. Krishna Madiga charged that whereas the Congress Party and the BRS have made empty guarantees on social justice, it was Mr. Modi alone who was strolling the speak and had the “guts” to announce a BC because the Chief Minister in Telangana.
“You (PM) have made a Dalit as the President in the first term and in the second term, you have made a tribal woman as the President. It is not possible for the Congress or any other party. You have come from a backward class so you could do it,” he stated.
Two leaders from the group from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka – L. Murugan and A. Narayanaswamy, have been made Union Ministers however not a single ministry has been given within the Cabinet of Chief Minister Ok. Chandrasekhar Rao right here.
“I was among those who gave lime juice to KCR when he went on a fast unto death but he has not made single Madiga as the minister. Velamas got four Cabinet berths with less than 1% population and Reddys were given seven ministerial posts. KCR crushed us whereas you have shown respect to us,” he stated.
Explaining the MRPS motion since 1994 for SC categorisation, he identified that each fee appointed had accepted that Madigas had been being discriminated and lagged behind in schooling, jobs and political energy.
“Every party has put our demand in their respective manifestoes and resolutions have been passed in the Legislative Assembly and it is now upto the Centre. If categorisation is done, it will be realisation of the dreams of both Deen Dayal Upadhyaya and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar,” he informed the PM throughout his handle.
“This society treated us worse than animals. We were never treated like human beings and treated like untouchables. Our community’s development is more important than politics We are not against anyone, we are only seeking our rights and you (PM) have come as a big brother to do justice to us. You (PM) had the courage to provide quota for women, BCs and removed triple talaq,” he added.
Earlier, Union Minister for Tourism, Culture and Development of Northeast Region G. Kishan Reddy stated Prime Minister Narendra Modi coming to the Madigas public assembly itself is an enormous victory for the group. He hails from a poor background and understands the disadvantaged sections’ plight. This assembly will not be towards anybody however solely to spotlight the necessity to make sure the fruits of growth reaches each individual, he maintained.
The public assembly was a results of Mr. Krishna Madiga assembly Mr. Modi throughout his current Warangal go to the place he defined the SC categorisation problem. “The MRPS chief has been fighting a relentless battle for the last 30 years despite facing baseless allegations and obstacles,” he added.