Under TRS rule development became stagnated: CM Naidu

Updated:1 month, 2 weeks ago IST

Hyderabad, Dec 05 (ANI): On penultimate day of campaign for Telangana Assembly elections, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu upped the ante against TRS supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao and called on the public to revolt against TRS through their votes. The TRS is bound to lose the election due to its inefficient rule for four and a half years, he said. TRS government has done nothing for the state and so indulging in verbal attacks against Opposition parties’ alliance, he said. Chandrababu claimed that his vision was the reason for the development of Hyderabad and alleged that now under TRS rule all development stagnated. Once the clean and green city became a garbage pit, he accused. “Whereas I worked for development of IT and infrastructure in Hyderabad, KCR built one form house for himself,” he commented. Whereas Congress and TDP have votes in their favour, TRS has cash bags on their side, he alleged. CM Naidu further commented that TRS is afraid of people’s front; and so they are trying to confuse people with bogus surveys. He strongly condemned the arrest of Revanth Reddy, Working President of Telangana PCC. “What was the need to break into his house and arrest him in the wee hours, Telangana became police raj,” he accused. The TDP supremo slammed PM Narendra Modi that he had collapsed all constitutional institutions.

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