KCR Claims 106 Seats For TRS, Slams Sonia Gandhi, Naidu
The TRS boss visited Tandur, Pargi, Narayanpet and Devarakadra in Mahabubnagar district as part of his campaigning for the upcoming Telangana elections.
Hyderabad | 25th November 2018
The TRS would win 103 to 106 seats in the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections according to a recent survey, caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao claimed today.
Resuming his election campaigning on Sunday after taking rest on Saturday, KCR appealed to the people who thronged his public meetings to vote for the ruling party. A survey had revealed that the TRS would certainly get some 106 Assembly seats and remain in power, he said, hinting that it would be in their best interests to vote for the TRS and have their MLA from the party since it would form the government.
"Don't get carried away by the false talk of the opposition parties, which came together just to grab power and which are trying to deceive the people," he said.
The TRS boss helihopped to Tandur, Pargi, Narayanpet and Devarakadra in Mahabubnagar district as part of his campaigning. In his speeches he wooed people of all sections, and addressed local issues, including health, education and other facilities.
At the Devarakadra meeting, the Chief Minister hit back at UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and AICC chief Rahul Gandhi for their remarks that they were unhappy to see non-development of the state, the failure of the TRS to keep its promises about drinking water supply and jobs, and corruption in irrigation projects.
"Why should Sonia and Rahul Gandhi express displeasure at the state when suicides have come down so drastically and we are making such giant strides in development?" he asked. "Congress rulers failed to give power, waters, seeds and fertilisers for six decades, and the TRS has addressed those issues in just four and half years. Rahul Gandhi should also clarify what package the Congress will give Telangana on the lines of what it has promised AP."
"The Congress has also stooped to selling party tickets for money. It had demanded Rs 3 crores from Ranga Reddy DCC president Kyama Mallesh to offer him the ticket. Mallesh will be joining the TRS in my presence," he added.
Needless to say, KCR also targeted his AP counterpart and TDP president Chandrababu Naidu. He claimed that the TDP chief had paid money for having a truck with the Congress in the upcoming elections. "As the Congress cannot alone fight against me and our MLA candidates, it needed to rope in Chandrababu Naidu who has no business in the elections here and who wrote 30 letters against Telangana's irrigation projects," he charged.
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