Congress leaders scared to contest Lok Sabha polls: KTR
TRS Working President K Tarakarama Rao on Friday claimed that the Congress leaders were scared to contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections
Hyderabad: TRS Working President K. Tarakarama Rao on Friday claimed that the Congress leaders were scared to contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Addressing the Malkajgiri Parliament constituency meeting, KTR stated that TRS Government has resolved water problem in Quthbullapur, Uppal, and Malkajgiri areas. He also stated that the government has been constructing flyovers and underpasses in Malkajgiri constituency, providing major relief to the citizens. He asked party cadre to work seriously and appeal to the people to vote for TRS.
Earlier, while addressing a meeting in Medak Parliamentary constituency, KTR claimed that TRS leaders would compete with each other in getting a majority in their respective constituencies rather than competing with Congress or BJP in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
In order to energize the party cadre, KTR challenged the TRS leadership of Medak Parliamentary constituency to show its strength by getting more majority than the Karimnagar Parliamentary constituency.
KTR said that even if Congress and BJP come together they will not form the government at the center. He stated that the leaders at the Centre were always concerned about developing their native states and never bothered about Telangana. He said that the time has arrived where Telangana needs to show its strength at the Centre.
Talking about the implementation of schemes and policies in the state, KTR said, “Telangana is showing the path to the country with its innovative schemes. Earlier they used to say what Bengal thinks today, India will think tomorrow. Today, we should feel proud to say that what Telangana does today, India will do tomorrow.”
CM KCR's efficiency, vision, and farsightedness have made Telangana the front runner in various sectors, he said.
Further, he said that the victory in the Lok Sabha elections would make TRS the deciding factor in national politics. He asked the party cadre to work from the booth level to record a grand victory in the Lok Sabha elections.