KCR Takes A Dig At Chandrababu In Palair, Khammam Public Meets

Telangana caretaker CM K Chandrashekhar Rao - Sakshi Post

Khammam: Warning Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu for writing letters against the construction of the prestigious Seetharama project, Telangana caretaker CM K Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) said Chandrababu would have the moral right to set his foot in Telangana only after withdrawing the letters. In his Praja Ashirwada Sabha address as part of the December 7 Assembly election campaign, KCR said that the Congress and TDP governments in the past turned the lands in the district into barren ones.

Calling on the people of the district to reject the TDP for conspiring to act against the State's interests, he affirmed that the TRS would win the elections irrespective of the Congress-led alliance's political gimmicks ahead of the polls. He recalled that Chandrababu was building the Polavaram project at the cost of the seven mandals in the district.

KCR said that the AP government illegally acquired the Sileru Power Plant, which was crucial for Telangana. The TRS candidate from Khammam Puvvada Ajay Kumar was like a son to him, he said. KCR warned the locals against being exploited by the TDP candidate Nama Nageswara Rao.

Explaining the benefits of the 411 schemes introduced by the government, KCR said that the surveys were predicting TRS's win in 10 out of 10 constituencies in the district despite winning only one seat in 2014. "The TRS government is providing 24 hours seamless power supply in addition to the Rs 43,000 worth welfare schmes. If TDP candidates Nama Nageswara Rao, Sandra Venkata Veeraiah and Macha Nageshwara Rao win in the upcoming polls, they will submit to Chandrababu, the all-important Seetharama project," he criticized.

Crediting caretaker minister Thummala Nageshwara Rao for supplying irrigation to the backward areas in Palair constituency, KCR said TRS's win was necessary for continuation of Telangana's growth story. While the TRS announced revised pension schemes for the elderly and the physically challenged, the farmers assistance scheme Rythu Bandhu was recognised by the United Nations. he added.

KCR explained to the public the welfare schemes introduced by the TRS, at a public gathering at Palakurthi in Jangaon district. The TRS supremo took pride in running a corruption-free government.

"The TRS government extended its help to the Anganwadi workers with the highest salaries in the State. The Rythu Bandhu scheme is being lauded world over. No one is sure whether the 24 hours electricity supply will remain the same if Congress comes to power," he criticized.

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