Stop cheap politics, KTR tells BJP

A 300-bedded hospital, social security for fluorosis victims, and many other promises made by BJP president J P Nadda remained on paper. What is the contribution of BJP to Munugodu people?” Mr KTR sought to know.

Advising the party to stop playing silly politics, he said the party that delivered something to the people has a moral right to seek votes from the people. Of the total voters 2.40 lakh of Munugode Assembly Constituency, 2,38,915 people are benefitting from one or other scheme introduced by the ruling TRS party.

The minister dared Kishan Reddy and Bandi Sanjay to tell people what did they do to people and on what basis they were asking for votes from the people. Mr KTR was addressing the gathering where the former Alair MLA and BJP leader B Bikshmaiah Goud joined the TRS party.

Mr Goud too lashed out at the BJP for failing to keep up its promises and just harping on fundamentalist agenda. Vexed with the attitude of the party and also attracted by the TRS party’s performance, he willingly joined the party. Mr KTR said neither Modi nor Amit Shah command any respect or patronise from the people but they were just playing games with the help of agencies such as ED, CBI, and IT intimidating the opposition parties.

“It is their conspiracy that they want to restrict Mr KCR to Telangana as he announced to play a key role in national politics. The BJP ground is shaking,” he pointed out.

By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao

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