Modi communal, TD-Cong. alliance unholy: KCR

Hyderabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is mired in the bug of communal facade and least bothered about Telangana State issues, including reservations for STs, Minorities and several others, TRS chief and Caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today alleged.

During his election campaigning at several places seeking people’s blessings to the TRS candidates, KCR minced no words against Narendra Modi saying that the latter was caught in communal facade and least bothered about our issues. However, we will win adequate number of MP seats to have our say at the Centre to resolve our issues without any problem”, he averred.

Stating that a directorate for pensioners will be established in Telangana if the TRS voted to power in the elections, KCR warned of old gloom days and non-development if the people vote for the Congress and its partners. He said the Congress and the BJP governments at the Centre were one and same with some change of colours in their flags. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ignored our pleas to increase reservations for STs and Minorities to 12 percent,” he added.

Modi is mired in the bug of communal facade and least bothered of State issues, he said and vehemently refuted comments of the Opposition that the TRS will have truck with the BJP at the Centre in 2019 elections. KCR took on the might of his AP counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu for writing as many as 37 letters to the Centre against the projects in Telanagana. “If that is the case, the people should think repeatedly whether they will vote for him or Congress that will dictate terms from Vijayawada and Delhi”. Beware of the conspiracies of the TD chief and the Congress which deliberately failed to develop our region in the combined State. We have fought the statehood for 14 long years and achieved with people’s support and now focusing on turning into a golden State by addressing issues in a phased manner”, KCR said.

The TRS regime has been focusing on welfare and development and completing the irrigation projects besides developing about 3,000 lambada thandas into village panchayats. The tribals can rule their own villages and the government will give them funds and powers for basic amenities, KCR said.

The Chief Minister also said the employees will get due priority like PRC and IR as also the government plans to increase retirement age. He also announced that on continuing in power with the blessings of the people, the TRS government to be formed after December 11 poll results, will try to increase the existing retirement age limit to 60 years or 61 years from the existing 58 years, he said. The Congress and the TD alliance have no faith in public, who should teach a lesson to the people in the elections slated to be held on December 7.