Satyavathi Slams Bandi Sanjay For Jibe On KCR

Minister Satyavathi Rathod today lashed out at the BJP state president Bandi Sanjay for belittling charges against chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao

Hyderabad, March 6 (Maxim News): Tribal Welfare Minister Satyavathi Rathod today lashed out at the BJP state president and MP Bandi Sanjay for belittling charges against the TRS supremo and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

During her visit to Mulugu district she campaigned for the Graduate MLC polls in favour of the TRS candidate Palla Rajeshwar Reddy. KCR is noted for welfare and development of all districts. After Telangana achievement KCR developed Mulugu as a district she claimed.

The minister took serious exception to the comments of Sanjay that he prayed with Gattamma goddess during his recent visit that to end the anarchy rule of the KCR Government. Citing this the minister expressed serious discontent that the BJP leader has lost his mind and cool to make such derogatory remarks against the chief minister.

The people of the state will teach the BJP a fitting lesson for depriving us of development funds and projects she deplored. Rathod ridiculed the BJP leaders of carrying out misinformation campaign on the TRS rule which is noted for development.

Despite not bringing funds the BJP leaders are making a wrong campaign which will not be tolerated by the people. We hope that the welfare done so far and development achieved will get us people’s support she said.

The MLC polls for two graduate seats will ensure TRS victory, the minister said.

The BJP government in the centre denied us everything and the MP of the saffron party is resorting to blame the KCR government. No BJP ruled states or that of the congress ruled states are implementing welfare schemes like Telangana, Satyavathi Rathod said.

The Modi regime has not offered us many projects and ignored repeated pleas by KCR and minister KT Rama Rao she said. (Maxim News)

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