KTR lashed out at Revanth, Sanjay for CM jibe
Hyderabad, Aug.27 (Maxim News): TRS working president and Minister KT Rama Rao today lashed out at the TPCC Chief and MP A Revanth Reddy and BJP state president and MP Bandi Sanjay for their remarks against Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and the state government. He took potshots at the opposition leaders for making false accusations on the government.
KTR said that TRS flag festival to be conducted in the state from Sept 2 and on the same day KCR will lay a foundation stone for party office in Delhi.
Addressing a press conference at the Telangana Bhavan here he accused the opposition leaders of resorting to false campaign for mileage. Unable to digest the Dalit Bandhu for developing them with Rs 10 lakh the opposition leaders make false charges. We are committed to develop all sections in a phased manner.
KTR slammed that Revanth was a benami leader of TDP Chief N Chandrababu Naidu who shifted his party leaders to the Congress. The TRS leader hit out at the Congress leader for indulging in bad remarks against chief minister and TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao.
KT Rama Rao sought to know as to why Bandi Sanjay was staking up Padayatra. Since his Bandi has no money for petrol price hike by the Centre, Sanjay is taking up Padayatra, KTR ridiculed.
The Congress and the BJP will face the ire of the people for falsehood despite development of all sections and such remarks which are condemnable, KTR said.
He said that the chief minister will lay a foundation stone for construction of Telangana Bhavan at Delhi on Sept 2. The new party building in Delhi will be better than one in Hyderabad, he said.
The TRS leadership is strengthening the party from village to city level through committees. KTR said that 1400 Basti committees to be formed in Hyderabad for the TRS and 51 percent women of SC, ST and BCs will get priority. Social media will be used for strengthening the party he said.
From September 2 to 12 village and ward committees will be in place complete all appointments by the month end, he said. (Maxim News)