Chandrababau Naidu, Jagan busy mudslinging against TS: KCR

Chandrababau Naidu, Jagan busy mudslinging against TS: KCR
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Taking a dig at his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababau Naidu and YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao ridiculed the former that they had no other work except defaming the State.

Hyderabad: Taking a dig at his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababau Naidu and YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao ridiculed the former that they had no other work except defaming the State.

Addressing the media at the TRS Bhavan here on Thursday, the Chief Minister said Naidu and Jagan had left with no other work and were trying to carry out misinformation campaign against the Telangana government. “They must abstain from blaming our government,” he suggested.

He also found fault with Naidu’s comments that they had shifted to AP by leaving behind Hyderabad which got Rs 60,000 crore revenue. Naidu, who ruled previous united AP and being the Chief Minister of the new State could not indulge in such foolish talk, Chandrashekar Rao said.

People would repose faith on the leaders and the government for better and unblemished services and Palair by-poll proved it, he said. He also cited that people of Gujarat elected Narendra Modi as Chief Minister for many times and same was the case with Navin Patnaik in Odisha wherein people elected him for four times. Chandrashekar Rao also cited that West Bengal people gave mandate to Mamata Benerji as Chief Minister for second consecutive term.

The people would stand by the government which kept its promises with a focus on welfare, the Chief Minister said. “In Telangana, the people are supporting the TRS for the past two years and we are winning all elections,” he said. The Opposition should stop making mindless allegations to be ridiculed by people, Chandrashekar Rao added.

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