Uttam fires salvo at Modi, KCR
State Congress president and party candidate from Nalgonda Lok Sabha seat Uttam Kumar Reddy on Friday said that the upcoming Parliament elections are the key polls in the history of the country.
Nalgonda: State Congress president and party candidate from Nalgonda Lok Sabha seat Uttam Kumar Reddy on Friday said that the upcoming Parliament elections are the key polls in the history of the country.
He was speaking to media persons after filing nominations at the Collectorate in Nalgonda. He said the BJP government at the Centre damaged the reputation of all institutions and harmed the integrity of the nation with divisive policies.
Attacks on Dalits and minorities increased across the country in the past five years, he added.
He questioned on the status of Modi's 2014 election promises which includes depositing Rs 15 lakh in the bank accounts of poor people and filling up 2 crore jobs every year to provide employment to the youth in the country.
Stating that these Parliament elections are between communal BJP and secular Congress, he said the people would like to see Rahul Gandhi as the PM of the country.
He fired salvos at CM KCR over his failure in getting funds and in realizing the promises maded in the State Reorganization Act including Railway coach factory at Kazipet, steel factory at Bayyaram and the tribal university.
Besides, he failed to get the national status to the prestigious irrigation projects and providing ITIR project which was sanctioned to Hyderabad during the Congress rule.
He said even though TRS has 16 MPs in its fold last time nothing could be achieved by them, and mocked at both KCR and KTR for urging for support of the people to win 16 seats in the State again.
Stating that CM KCR betrayed both minorities and Scheduled tribes in the name of reservations, he assured them that he would fulfill their dreams in Rahul era.
He called upon the people to support Congress party in the Lok Sabha elections to fulfill the pending promises of the Centre.
Uttam said as a pilot he rendered valuable service to the nation at the border of Pakistan and China and he would raise the issues of State and Nalgonda district on the floor of the Lok Sabha if elected as Nalogonda MP.
He exuded confidence that Congress is going to win majority MP seats in the State including Nalgonda and Bhongir MP seats of erstwhile Nalgonda district.
In this press meet, Telangana Jana Samithi leader Dilip Kumar, DCC president Shankar Naik, Nalgonda municipal chairperson Boddupally Laxmi and others participated.