CM KCR is messiah for coal miners: Balka Suman

“Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is god for coal miners. He can solve all of their problems by discussing officials of the SCCL," said Suman.

By Author  |  Published: 4th Oct 2017  6:12 pmUpdated: 4th Oct 2017  7:00 pm
Balka Suman
Peddapalli MP Balka Suman and MLA Nadipelli Diwakar Rao addressing pressmen in Mancherial on Wednesday. 

Mancherial: Member of Parliament from Peddampalli Lok Sabha Constituency Balka Suman said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao was a messiah for coal miners.  He asked them to help Telangana Boggu Ghani Karmika Sangham (TBGKS) register victory in the polls of Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) slated for October 5.

Suman, accompanied by Mancherial legislator Nadipelli Diwakar Rao addressed press persons here on Wednesday. He said AITUC and its allies were making false promises to workers.
He said the rival trade unions were trying to mislead the miners by indulging in baseless allegations against TBGKS.  He urged the employees of the coal major not to trust these unions.

“Chief Minister can solve their problems by discussing with officials of SCCL. Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party will help them lead an hassle-free life,” Suman said, while asking voters to repose faith in TBGKS.

The MP said AITUC alliance would exploit miners if voted to power, by engaging them in protests and strikes. He attacked the rival union for renaming the hereditary job scheme and spreading rumours on the issue.

“Rao’s word is nothing short of an Act. He fulfills all his promises by braving odds. The process of providing employment to dependents of miners is under progress,” he said. “Authorities of the coal giant are working out modalities. The long standing demand will be a reality soon,” the Parliamentarian said and asked voters to vote for arrow belonging to TBGKS.

Diwakar Rao said rival unions were unable to digest fame of TBGKS and that was why they were leveling baseless allegations against it.  The unions were deceiving workers by making impossible promises. He hoped that the union would win from a majority of areas out of the total 11 in the polls.  Mancherial Municipal Chairperson M Vasundhara was also present.