It's self-respect struggle for T: KCR
The vexed fluoride problem has been turning Nalgonda district into a burial ground, TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) said here on Wednesday....
The vexed fluoride problem has been turning Nalgonda district into a burial ground, TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) said here on Wednesday. Addressing the TRS party workers training programme at the government junior college, KCR said that Nalgonda would be liberated of fluoride problem if the separate state of Telangana was carved. Describing the Telangana agitation as a struggle for self-respect, KCR said that it was not an ordinary agitation.
He recalled that the Hyderabad state was a surplus one with abundant funds before it was merged with Andhra and Telangana employees used to draw more salaries than the Andhra employees. "The Sagar water which should irrigate the Telangana land was carried away to the Andhra areas," he added. With the water from Jurala-Pakala projects, the fluoride problem for Nalgonda would be solved forever, he said. He expressed concern over the deathly silence observed by the Telangana leaders though the water from Potireddipadu was diverted to Andhra. He said that if Pakala canal work was taken up from Jurala project, both Nalgonda and Mahbubnagar districts would become lush green.
KCR said that the prime minister would talk or smile only after Sonia Gandhi issued orders. He lambasted the Congress party stating that it was a national party for namesake. He predicted that the national parties would never come to power on their own strength. He expressed hope that TRS would emerge the single largest party in the next assembly elections and would play a key role in making decision in an alliance government. He made it clear that justice would not be done to Telangana in the united state.