Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President Capt. N. Uttam Kumar Reddy alleged that caretaker Chief Minister and TRS president K.. Chandrashekhar Rao was busy in propaganda and not in campaign.
Addressing a series of road shows and rallies in his constituency Huzurnagar on Sunday, Uttam Kumar Reddy said that KCR was unable to list out a single achievement during his four-and-a-half-year rule that makes him eligible to seek people’s mandate again. “With zero performance and a regime full of failures, KCR should have retired silently. Instead of being apologetic for not fulfilling any single major electoral promise, KCR has unleashed false propaganda against the opposition parties,” he said.
Uttam Kumar Reddy said KCR, KTR and other TRS leaders were having sleepless nights ever since Congress, TDP, TJS and CPI joined hands to form People’s Front. “KCR suppressed people and did not allow anyone to speak against his government. By encouraging defections, he weakened the opposition parties. He kept all other democratic institutions as hostage and never tolerated anything that could go against his dictatorial regime. He might have thought that he would return to power by taking the advantage of division of votes among opposition parties. However, his plans miserably failed with entire opposition joining hands as per the wishes of common people,” he said.
Uttam described KCR as a man with a heart with full of hatred towards others. “This is a negative factor in a personality. However, KCR is so opportunist that he is trying to use this quality to mislead people and get their votes. Telangana needs a government that thinks positive and could take every one along. A person with full of negativity, jealousy and hatred like KCR would only bring bad luck for people of Telangana,” he said.
He advised KCR to stop from indulging in baseless propaganda and do some serious campaigning if he truly believes in a democracy.
On the second day of his campaign, Uttam Kumar Reddy held road shows in Huzurnagar, Gopalapuram, Keethavarigudem, Rayanigude, Garidepalli, Nereducherla, Dischincherla, Guduguntiapale, Palakeedu, Jaanpahad and Sunyampad. Thousands of people participated in the road shows and the scenes resembled like a jatra.