Uttam Exhorts People To Question TRS, BJP Leaders On Failed Promises

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Hyderabad, March 4 (Maxim News): Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President N. Uttam Kumar Reddy on Thursday exhorted people to question leaders of TRS and BJP on the non-fulfillment of promises they made with the people in elections.

Addressing a series of meetings as part of MLC election campaign for S. Ramulu Naik, the Congress candidate from Warangal-Khammam-Nalgonda Graduates constituency, Uttam Kumar Reddy said that the TRS Government in Telangana and BJP Govt at the Centre did not deliver on the promises they made with the people. Instead of coming up with a progress report for the last seven years, the TRS and BJP leaders are now coming up with a list of new promises and shamelessly blaming each other for the failures. He exhorted people to question the leaders of both the ruling parties for non-performance. “Both TRS and BJP have no accountability. They must be questioned for every failure and this is possible only if Congress candidates in the MLC elections,” he said.

During a meeting at Kakatiya University, Uttam Kumar Reddy, along with Congress candidate Ramulu Naik, had an interaction with the students. The TPCC Chief recalled the role played by students of Kakatiya University during the Telangana movement. However, he said none of the students, who made huge sacrifices and risked their careers, benefitted from the formation of Telangana. Only the KCR family grabbed all the benefits and encroached upon the resources.

Uttam Exhorts People To Question TRS, BJP Leaders On Failed Promises
Uttam Exhorts People To Question TRS, BJP Leaders On Failed Promises

He said that the TRS Government delayed withdrawal of cases registered during the Telangana agitation which prevented thousands of students from applying for government jobs. (Maxim News)

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