KTR slams Revanth for his charges against TRS govt

Hyderabad, Oct.4 (Maxim News): IT, Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today ridiculed Congress president Revanth Reddy for his charges against the TRS government. At a program with Minister Jagadish Reddy, KTR welcomed the Congress leaders and others into the TRS fold. KT Rama Rao alleged that the Congress rulers failed to address the fluoride problem in Nalgonda district.

Speaking on the occasion the Minister for IT said that Revanth Reddy is talking against Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for mileage. On coming to power the Chief Minister addressed the fluoride problem and gave potable water to affected areas in that district, he claimed. The congress is trying to gain with false charges, as the people are with the TRS for welfare, he said.

The Congress is an old gun that got rusty and gave the TPCC chief post to a person with criminal background, he ridiculed. Referring to Congress party’s Jung siren that saw lathi-charge in LB Nagar area the Minister slammed the Congress leaders for their protests.

The Congress ruled for about six decades in the centre and state and looted people’s money. The Congress dumped the people and pushed them into poverty and all problems. There is no truth in what the congress leaders are campaigning against the government, he said. Despite coming in the way through protests the people are not ready to accept the congress in the state, he said.

KTR slams Revanth for his charges against TRS govt

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Telangana Minister, speaking at an event, slammed State BJP President Bandi Sanjay and Telangana PCC Chief Revanth Reddy for deceiving the state’s youth in the name of Padayatra and demonstrations. TRS Working President KTR has enumerated the names of numerous welfare initiatives introduced by Chief Minister KCR and questioned people if these welfare schemes are not useful to the needy and underprivileged. (Maxim News)


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