Ponnam blasts KTR for flaying Rahul
Expressing anger at IT Minister KT Rama Rao for criticising the Congress during Karimnagar tour on August 15, former MP Ponnam Prabhakar alleged that...
Karimnagar: Expressing anger at IT Minister KT Rama Rao for criticising the Congress during Karimnagar tour on August 15, former MP Ponnam Prabhakar alleged that KT Rama Rao, who cleaned ‘chippalu’ in America in the past, was criticising the Congress leaders saying ‘luchagallu’ as he was in power.
He alleged that the TRS leaders, who divided Karimnagar, were the ‘lofers’ and ‘luchagallu’. He asked KTR not to forget the fact that his father and Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s political career started with Congress only.
Speaking to the media here on Thursday, Ponnam said that the Chief Minister was in a hurry for early elections as their graph was declining day by day and it was clear with the six surveys conducted by KCR.
“Telangana achieved not for throwing the State in debts. The TRS government brought Rs 2 lakh crore debts in the last four years,” he alleged and said that the TRS leaders were keeping the people in temporary ‘illusions’ to get benefits in elections.
Ponnala alleged that suicides of youth took place during separate Telangana movement just because of provocation of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao. Asking the TRS government to tell as to where has gone Telangana martyrs’ memorial icon, Ponnam said that the TRS leaders were scared with the tour of AICC Chief Rahul Gandhi in the State.
The TRS government had taken up Kaleswaram project redesign only for corruption, the former MP slammed. He said that the days are nearing to beat the TRS leaders with stones if they come to villages.
KTR will not roam openly if his history was made public, he said and questioned KCR to tell as to what he has done to the Karimnagar people, who voted KCR three times to win. He warned KTR to be careful if he loses control over his tongue out of frustration. He suggested the TRS government heads to undergo ‘eye tests’ to see as to how far their assurances were implemented.