Peddapalli: BJP warns TRS for its derogatory comments
“Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will not tolerate derogatory comments against its leaders. TRS leaders must think twice before making any statements and comments against the BJP and its leaders,” warned party State vice-president Gujjala Ramakrishna Reddy at a press meet at his residence in Peddapalli on Tuesday.
Peddapalli: "Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will not tolerate derogatory comments against its leaders. TRS leaders must think twice before making any statements and comments against the BJP and its leaders," warned party State vice-president Gujjala Ramakrishna Reddy at a press meet at his residence in Peddapalli on Tuesday.
Speaking to the media, Ramakrishna Reddy alleged that the TRS is not able to digest as the BJP is becoming more and more strengthened in Telangana region. After watching number of leaders of other parties joining the BJP, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and TRS working president KT Rama Rao are losing their tempo and making derogatory comments against the BJP leaders, he added.
The CM has restricted his ruling to family members only and is robbing the entire Telangana State. He is never bothered about people's issues and is not taking any initiation to solve them, he alleged.
The TRS leaders are boasting that Kaleshwaram is the life of Telangana but are unable to tell how they are going to supply water for the fields that are present under SRSP project and how they are going to supply Kaleshwaram water through SRSP and when they are going to construct Pattipaka reservoir, which is a part of Kaleshwaram project, Ramakrishna Reddy questioned.
The BJP leaders stated that Congress is a sinking ship as most of its leaders are willing to join the BJP. The TRS, which killed democracy in the State is sure to lose its charm in near future as the people are ready to teach a befitting lesson to it. With the people support, the BJP will come the power in the next Assembly elections, he opined.
BJP leaders Ram Singh, P Mondaiah, K Sanjeev Reddy, K Srinivas Reddy, P Raju, A Keshwara Rao, A Kranthi, Rajaram Singh, Faheem, Sammaiah, Swathantra Kumar, Sadananda, Manohar, Raja Veeru, Malla Reddy and K Ramesh were present.