Hyderabad: TRS will win some 103 to 106 seats in the Assembly polls, according to a recent survey, Caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today declared.
During his election campaigning on Sunday, after taking rest on Saturday, KCR appealed to the people, who thronged public meetings, to think twice and vote for the ruling party. A survey revealed that the TRS will certainly get some 106 Assembly seats and remain in power. “Don’t get carried away with false talk of the Opposition parties which came together to deceive the people again”, he said.
He helihopped to several segments as part of his campaigning in Tandur, Pargi, Narayanpet and Devarakadra in Mahabubnagar district and targeted his AP counterpart and TD president N Chandrababu Naidu. Speaking on the occasion, KCR wooed the people of all facilities besides addressing the local problems, including health, education and other facilities.
At Devarakadra meeting, the Chief Minister chided UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and AICC Chief Rahul Gandhi for their remarks that they were unhappy to see the non development and failure to keep the promise like water, funds and jobs and corruption in irrigation projects. Why Sonia and Rahul Gandhi should express displeasure at the State wherein suicides have come down drastically, he asked.
Seeking to know whether the TD Chief did not give funds for the campaign for having truck with the Congress in the elections, KCR slammed the congress leadership for expressing dismay at the new state despite making rapid strides. Rahul should step in Telangana by announcing what package will they give to it as it was announced to AP he demanded. As the congress cannot alone fight against me and our MLA candidates, the congress is roping in Chandrababu who has no business to do here in the elections he charged.
The Congress is known for cheating people as it accustomed to he said. The congress rulers failed to give power, waters, complete projects, seeds, fertilisers and we the TRS rule in four and half years addressed that issues. He also slammed the Congress is mired in a controversy of selling tickets and demanded Rs 3 crore from Ranga Reddy DCC president Kyama Mallesh to offer ticket. “Mallesh will be joining the TRS fold in my presence” he said, adding that the people should reject Chandrababu Naidu’s party for writing 30 letters against Telangana projects and vote for the ruling party for better development.