Sonia read Naidu script: MP Kavitha

Sonia read Naidu script: MP Kavitha
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Telangana Rashtra Samithi leadership on Saturday took serious exception to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and AICC chief Rahul Gandhi statements in favour of Andhra Pradesh Sonia and Rahul sabotaged Telangana by talking in favour of AP stating that the party would accord special status to AP if UPA comes to power in 2019 general elections, TRS leaders criticised

Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi leadership on Saturday took serious exception to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and AICC chief Rahul Gandhi statements in favour of Andhra Pradesh. Sonia and Rahul sabotaged Telangana by talking in favour of AP stating that the party would accord special status to AP if UPA comes to power in 2019 general elections, TRS leaders criticised.

Addressing the media at Jagtial, Nizamabad MP Kavitha accused the Congress leadership of showing step-motherly attitude towards Telangana by talking like Chandrababu, who used to spew venom and stall the growth of the newly-formed State.

Sonia, in her speech, favoured special status to AP and swiftly forgot to accord the same to the Telangana which needs one. “We have offered district status to Jagtial though no one asked us to do so,” she said, adding that the Congress leadership was talking in dual standards. The TRS regime in just four-and-a-half years has launched several welfare schemes and was completing projects which were not completed by the Congress regime.

“The TRS MPs staged protests in Parliament for our demands and Sonia, sitting in the front row, did not react,” she alleged. “Sonia talks something in Delhi and spoke something else in Hyderabad,” the TRS MP added, expressing surprise as to why Sonia spoke about neighbouring States like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu or AP which was a non-issue for Telangana people. Thus, the Congress alliance was going in wrong path and ignored issues of TS, she said and appealed to people to make K Chandrashekar Rao’s Jagtial meeting a grand success on November 26.

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