Will Win More Than 100 Seats: KCR
Addressing a public meeting for the Telangana elections at the Parade Grounds, the TRS boss said Chandrababu Naidu was trying to destabilise Hyderabad with misleading remarks.
Hyderabad | 2nd December 2018
Claiming that the four-and-a-half-year TRS rule had ensured a peaceful environment in the state without a single communal incident, curfew or other disruptions, Telangana caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today asserted that TRS would be rewarded with more than 100 seats in the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections for that, and would form the next government, too.
Addressing a public meeting at the Parade Grounds, he criticised TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu for trying to destabilise the peace in Hyderabad by making misleading remarks before the elections.
He asked Naidu to refrain from calling the citizens of Hyderabad as Telugu jaathi because the city was home for people from other states as well. "Naidu is trying to create panic and conflict among the people living in Hyderabad," he said. "All people of this city are Hyderabadis, and are living in complete harmony and communal amity, wherever they are from. And the TRS is with them. Even I don't belong to Hyderabad as I am from the old Medak district. Let us not feel insecure unnecessarily because of the panic being created by Naidu and the Praja Kutami among people from other regions for the sake of politics."
Instead of coming to Telangana and meddling in its politics, Naidu should set his own home, Amaravati, right, KCR added.
Calling Hyderabad a cosmopolitan city, KCR said that the people living peacefully in the city should not be disturbed by political fights. He also called upon them to vote the TRS back to power if they desired welfare and development.
Speaking of the plans of the TRS for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he reiterated that the TRS would play a key role at the Centre through the Federal Front he was promoting to dethrone the BJP.
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