Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi ‘together’ also can’t form government at centre: KTR

NIZAMSAGAR: TRS working president K.T. Rama Rao on Wednesday said even if Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress president Rahul Gandhi “come together” after the results of the Lok Sabha elections they could not form a government at the centre.

Addressing a meeting at Nizamsagar in Zaheerabad Lok Sabha constituency on Wednesday, he stated that if the people of Telangana “blessed” the TRS with 16 MPs, it would play a key role at the Centre and achieve national status for Kaleshwaram lift irrigation scheme, “We won’t urge the Centre for funds, we can demand for funds with 16 MPs,” he added.

He asserted that the wave against the Congress was getting stronger and the success graph of Mr Narendra Modi was falling sharply and both the Congress and BJP had neglected the development of the state and therefore, people lost confidence in these two parties.

He further added that 40 villages in neighbouring Maharashtra were willing to merge with Telangana state because of TRS government’s governance and its welfare schemes.

The entire country was looking towards the newly-formed Telangana state for its vibrant development, he added and called upon the people to improve the voting percentage in Parliament elections.