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Modi failed to keep promises: KTR

Tue 26 Jan 2016, 18:13:44

Continuing his rhetoric against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, IT Minister KT Rama Rao today said that the BJP has no right to seek votes in the civic polls as it remains unmindful of the promises made.

Addressing “Advocates Shankharavam” program at Amberpet here, the minister lashed out at the BJP led NDA Government for ignoring to keep its promise of division of the High Court.

           The BJP chief G Kishen Reddy should tell what the Centre has done for Telangana state, he asked charging the BJP is indulging in communal politics and seeking votes.

          Stating that Modi is on foreign tour spree and forgot to bring back black money stashed away abroad, he alleged. He sought to know whether Mann Ki Baat is for Modi and not for Telangana. KTR also accused the Modi government of facing defeats and doing injustice to Telangana by denying financial package as was the case with Bihar and Jammu and Kashmir.

            The previous governments failed to resolve the issues of the city that is lacking basic amenities and some deprived class people are sleeping on road side footpaths, KTR lamented. The people should get carried away by the Opposition parties which did nothing during their regimes, he said.

            The voters, he said, should teach them a lesson and support the TRS for developing the city with all amenities. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gives equal respect to all religions and has a master plan to develop the city and can implement it if the voters vote the TRS to power in the civic polls, KTR asserted. The leaders of the TD and its ally BJP are resorting to street fights that reflect conflict within, he observed.

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