TRS won’t win a seat in Nalgonda: Rajgopal
Congress leader and MLC Rajgopal Reddy challenged caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that he would quit politics if TRS wins at even one seat from erstwhile Nalgonda district
Choutuppal: Congress leader and MLC Rajgopal Reddy challenged caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that he would quit politics if TRS wins at even one seat from erstwhile Nalgonda district.
On Friday, speaking to media at Choutuppal, he said that TRS is expecting winning one or two seats from erstwhile Nalgonda district but it will not be realized in the upcoming elections.
Komatireddy brothers would strive hard for the party to win 100 seats in the State in upcoming elections. He said CM KCR had shown stepmotherly attitude towards south Telngana particularly erstwhile Nalgonda district in the past four and half years of his rule.
He alleged that irregularities of crores of rupees took place in Miyapur lands cases. He questioned KCR about the details of recovered 1,000 crore net cash and 10,000 crore worth assets after Nayeem’ encounter.
TRS supreme KCR, who never shown affection towards farmers, brought Rythu Bandu scheme to woo them just before the elections. He made a sensational statement that his brother Komatireddy Venkat Reddy would contest from Nalgonda constituency and he is going to contest from Munugodu constituency in the upcoming elections.