KCR spews venom at Chandrababu, Uttam, Says Congress-TDP alliance shameful

Hyderabad: During his second leg of political campaign at Nizamabad, TRS Supremo and caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today took on his ‘bête noire’ and Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu terming him a Telangana betrayer, for allegedly offering to pump in about Rs 500 crore to support the Congress by forging an unethical alliance for the upcoming polls also to hire three helicopters.

It is shameful on the part of the Congress to forge an opportunistic alliance with Chandrababu Naidu, a ‘thief’ caught red handed, who destroyed Telangana, an emotional choked KCR said.

Addressing a mammoth public meeting in Induru (Nizamabad), KCR has his trademark jibe against Chandrababu for destroying Telangana and causing the deaths of hundreds of youths during the statehood movement. State Congress Chief N Utham Kumar Reddy should be ashamed of forging a barefaced alliance with the TDP, whose chief has been anti-Telangana and a “demon” seized seven mandals, the TRS chief lambasted. Since giving power to the Congress and TD alliance is nothing short of becoming slaves to Amaravathi and Delhi, the people should cautiously vote for the TRS for more development and welfare, he said.

KCR launched a broadside against Utham for his lose remarks against him and Naidu for depriving the people of power supply and moved courts against progress. He expressed serious displeasure and pity at the Congress for seeking the support of the TDP to take on the might of the TRS. “I would have given them four seats if the Congress begged us”, KCR thundered. He appealed to the people to teach a fitting lesson to the Congress and TDP alliance for trying to destabilize the government and stalling growth.

The pink party boss minced no words and cursed the Congress leaders for having a truck with the TDP in the upcoming polls as they have already deceived the people. The Congress for moving courts against the irrigation projects, he charged.