TRS returns family rule fire at Congress
Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS leaders on Monday slammed the Congress leaders in Nalgonda for charging family rule and corruption allegations against...
Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leaders on Monday slammed the Congress leaders in Nalgonda for charging family rule and corruption allegations against the TRS. The TRS leaders said the fact that Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president Uttam Kumar Reddy and his wife were MLAs was enough to counter the argument of family rule.
Addressing separate press conferences, the TRS leaders alleged that the Congress party was name for family rule. Party MLA V Veeresham said that the Congress leaders were unable to digest the popularity of the TRS government and hence were making false allegations against the government. They strongly condemned Komatireddy Venkat Reddy equating Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao to Pakistan former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Veeresham alleged that Komatireddy brothers were corrupt and got undue advantage from the government during the ten years Congress rule. He said that the TRS would expose the corruption of Komatireddy brothers. He alleged that the firm of Komatireddy brothers ‘Sushi Infra’ got advantage from the government. This would be the last election for Congress leaders, he said.
MLA N Bhaskar Rao said that the Congress leaders should be ashamed to charge family rule allegation against TRS. He alleged that the Congress was party of family slaves. “The Congress leaders, who are planning to make their sons contest next elections, should be ashamed to talk on family rule. CLP leader K Jana Reddy shared the stage in Nalgonda with his son and he is talking against family of Chief Minister Rao,” Bhaskar Rao said.
He further said that TPCC chief and his wife both were MLAs, Komatireddy brothers were law makers and now sons of Jana Reddy, Damodar Reddy are in line. He said that Chandrashekar Rao’s family was part of Telangana agitation and achieved appreciation of the people with their work. MLA P Shekar Reddy objected to the language used by the Congress leaders in Nalgonda meeting. He said that the TRS would win more than 100 seats and retain power in the State.