TRS chief KT Rama Rao takes a dig at Chandrababu Naidu, calls Congress-TDP pre-poll alliance unholy


Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief and Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao, popularly generally known as KTR Wednesday slammed the proposed alliance between the Congress and Telegu Desam Celebration (TDP) for the approaching meeting elections within the state as ‘unholy’, recalling that the regional occasion was based by NT Rama Rao to ‘bury’ the Congress.

“Elections have come and a few unusual information are showing. I’ve seen yesterday… Uttam Kumar Reddy (state Congress president), Chandrababu Naidu (TDP Chief) have come collectively,” Rama Rao, son of Caretaker Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao, mentioned.

File picture of KT Rama Rao. Ibnlive

Taking a dig at Naidu, the TRS chief mentioned the previous chief minister, NT Rama Rao had launched the TDP to ‘bury’ the Congress and the credit score for making it a ‘junior associate’ would go to him.

“The abominable and unholy alliance gave a transparent option to the individuals between the Congress and TRS within the elections,” he claimed.

The Congress, TDP and CPI held preliminary talks on Tuesday on forming a “grand alliance” to tackle the TRS within the meeting polls.

Alleging that farmers confronted distress through the lengthy rule of Congress and TDP in undivided Andhra Pradesh, KTR mentioned the selection is obvious for the individuals to decide on between those that have been allegedly anti-farmer and people who are farmer-friendly.

KTR was talking at a gathering the place senior Congress chief KR Suresh Reddy, who had served as Meeting Speaker in undivided Andhra Pradesh, joined the TRS.

In the meantime, former MLA A Rajender, who had give up the Congress, returned to the occasion fold on Wednesday within the presence of Uttam Kumar Reddy.



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