KTR Warns Chandrababu Naidu, Vows To Meddle In AP
The Telangana caretaker minister today declared that the TRS would meddle in AP politics if Naidu continued meddling in Telangana politics.
Hyderabad | 1st December 2018
Expressing displeasure at the TDP president and AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu campaigning in the Telangana elections, Telangana caretaker minister K T Rama Rao today declared that the TRS, if required, would meddle in Andhra Pradesh politics.
Addressing a program named "Mana Hyderabad And Mana Andari Hyderabad" on Saturday, KTR said that Naidu's attempts to gain a foothold for the TDP in Telangana were not welcome. Saying that even ants would not tolerate it if anyone poked a stick into their anthill, he warned that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao would interfere in Andhra Pradesh politics if required to teach Naidu a fitting lesson.
?Naidu overestimates himself. However, there is no one better than KCR to teach Naidu a fitting lesson, which could even ensure his political end," KTR said amid cheers from the gathering.
KTR said that Naidu, who was caught red-handed in the infamous "Note for Vote" case, instead of focusing on AP after that and developing it, was again trying to meddle in Telangana's politics using money and the media.
"When Naidu made an attempt to destabilize the Telangana government by offering Rs 50 lakhs to each MLC, he was thrashed and packed off to Amaravati. This time, the people of Telangana will show Naidu and his party their place directly," he said.
KTR also alleged that the TDP chief was deceiving the NTR family members by fielding Nandamuri Suhasini from the Kukatpally Assembly constituency, and was in fact trying to end her brothers Junior NTR and Kalyan Ram politically.
Defending the Telangana government's decision to not give AP financial assistance, KTR said that KCR withdrew his idea to offer Rs 100 crores on behalf of Telangana to the AP government for its development as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had given just water and soil to develop Amaravati.
Slamming the Congress-led opposition alliance, KTR said that the parties had no common ideology, and had come together just to cheat the people of Telangana with false promises. He claimed that the Praja Kutami had failed to earn the faith of the people, who were with the TRS.
KTR then reiterated the welfare and developmental schemes taken up by the TRS government over the past four-and-a-half years. He also said that the government was aware of the issues being faced by different sections of the society, and assured the gathering that all their issues would be addressed.
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