Uttam addresses open letter to KCR to snub Harish

Hyderabad: TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy today addressed an open letter to the caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in response to an open letter by caretaker minister and KCR’s nephew T Harish Rao.

In his letter, Uttam thanked Harish for predicting that the Congress party was coming to power. He said that the Congress party won the election in 2004 in alliance with TRS party. Reminding KCR’s words that the TRS party entered into an alliance with TDP in 2009 as it gave a letter to the centre in favour of separate Telangana state, Uttam asked KCR to tell as to how it was wrong now if Congress enters into alliance with TDP.

He said that Harish Rao exposed his ignorance himself by addressing an open letter and asked KCR to tell as to how it joined hands with anti-Telangana party CPM then. He said that TRS party has no moral right to question the alliance of TDP and Congress party. He asked KCR, who was moving closely with the BJP, to tell as to why he failed to make the centre to implement the Division Act assurances. He asked KCR, who was stating that he achieved the Telangana state, to tell as to he failed to wage the movement when the centre merged 7 mandals in Andhra Pradesh state.

He said that not a single question out 12 questions posed by the Harish Rao were useful to Telangana society and made it clear that alliances and Kootamis were very common in elections and warned KCR to write down the fact that the victory of Congress party was must and defeat was for TRS Party.