Congress MP A Revanth Reddy today slammed the BJP saying that the party's leaders had not been, and would not be, able to bring a single penny from the Centre for the development of Telangana.
Also targeting the oft-criticised "secret alliance" of the TRS and the BJP yet again, he said that the two parties were cheating the people of the state by pretending to be rivals when they were actually allies.
Referring to Chief Minister's K Chandrashekar Rao's decision to opposing them
, he said that the decision was proof of the friendship between the two parties, and accused the CM of being irresponsible by implementing the three laws that would cause "irreparable damage" to the livelihoods of the farmers of the country and the state.
He demanded that the Centre revoke the laws immediately.
Reddy also targeted the TRS for its alleged corruption, and accused the party's leaders of routinely using development projects in the state to line their own pockets.
Commenting specifically on the construction of the Kaleswaram lift irrigation project, he said that the leaders of the TRS had used the project to pocket huge amounts of money and that he had enough evidence to prove his allegations true, and challenged BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar to stop such projects if he truly cared for the people of the state.