Naini slams Revanth for deriding KCR

Naini slams Revanth for deriding KCR
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There is no question of guilty going unpunished. The Chief Minister is keen on doing justice to the victims of the Nayeem,” Naini said while speaking at the press meet organised at party office in Nalgonda on Thursday. 

Nalgonda: Alleging that Nayeem emerged as gangster with the help of earlier Telugu Desam and Congress governments, the Home Minister, Naini Narsimha Reddy, on Thursday informed that police were probing the political leaders’ links with the slain gangster.

There is no question of guilty going unpunished. The Chief Minister is keen on doing justice to the victims of the Nayeem,” Naini said while speaking at the press meet organised at party office in Nalgonda on Thursday.

Flaying the Telangana Telugu Desam Working President Revanth Reddy for leveling corruption allegations against the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Naini said Revanth was mudslinging KCR only to please TDP president and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu.

Stating that Revanth had no right to criticise KCR, Naini reminded that TDP leader was first elected as MPTC only with the help of KCR.
Strongly objecting to Revanth’s personnel remarks against KCR at Suryapet public meeting, the Home Minister cautioned that people would teach a lesson to the TDP leader if he failed to stop criticising the Chief Minister.

Reminding that erstwhile TDP government had never waived crop loans, Naini pointed out that the State government was committed to waiver of crop loans and had already released funds for three installments. The fourth installment of crop loans waiver would be released after the commencement of Assembly session.

The Home Minister further made it clear that KCR was committed to implement all the promises which he made during elections. “It is the practice of TDP and Congress to completely forget the election promises after coming to power,” he mocked.

Countering the allegation leveled by Revanth Reddy, the Home Minister questioned as to how could the contractors, who got contracts by quoting 25 per cent less than amount of project cost, would extend commissions to anybody.

Reminding that TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu had worked against the interests of Telangana on the dispute of Krishna and Godavari waters, Naini suggested Revanth to sever ties with TDP to protect the interests of Telangana people.

Welcoming the demonetisation move by Narendra Modi government, the Home Minister however felt that lack of alternative measures were putting common man to hardships. He questioned as to how many of the rich persons were waiting in long queues at banks after demonetisation.

With slump in property registrations, reduction in occupancy ratio of the RTC buses and others, the demonetisation has even hit the State’s exchequer,” Naini said.

Telangana State Forest Development Corporation Chairman Banda Narender Reddy, Goli Amarender Reddy, Bakka Pitchaiah and others attended the press meet.

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