KCR calls it conspiracy
TRS President K Chandrasekhar Rao Calls it Conspiracy, welcomed the CBI court order to inquire into his assets, saying that it was a conspiracy by Congress leaders who could not reconcile themselves to the huge public response being received by his party.
- ‘I have led honest life’
- Dubs Ponnala a dacoit
- Demands Rahul to sack TPCC chief
Nagarkurnool (Mahabubnagar): Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday welcomed the CBI court order to inquire into his assets, saying that it was a conspiracy by Congress leaders who could not reconcile themselves to the huge public response being received by his party. Addressing several election meetings in Mahabubnagar district, KCR commented that had there been cases against him, he would have been “buried by Congressmen. I have led an honest life. My life is an open book,” he quipped.
Terming TPCC president Ponnala Laxmaiah a ‘Gajadonga’ (dacoit), the TRS chief wondered how a ‘Gajadonda’ could head the Congress Committee. Rahul Gandhi should force Ponnala to quit the post. “The Dalit lands grabbed by him (Ponnala) should be surrendered to the government,” he demanded. KCR described Mahabunagar district as drought-affected. He called for completion of Bheema, Kalwakurthy and Palamur lift irrigation projects, while stressing that if the drought problem was to be solved TRS victory should be ensured. He stressed that if any mistake was made by the people in the ensuing elections, future generations would suffer. “They should not vote for the Congress. If that happens, we will be the losers. If TRS wins, our problems will be solved,” he said.
KCR blamed both the Congress and the TDP leaders for ‘damaging’ a perennially drought-hit Nadigadda in Alampur constituency. He cautioned voters against opting for the two parties. After the TRS government was formed, water for two lakh acres would be supplied to Alampur, he said. KCR said he had entered active politics to ensure that the Congress and the TDP did not win the polls. He urged the people not to trust these two parties. “If we get cheated before the polls, our plight will be miserable,” he said. He described the two parties as ‘masons’. “If two masons fail to do a proper job, another should be given an opportunity. Similarly, TRS should be given the choice,” he said. He expressed the desire to see a ‘green’ Alampur after two years.