TDP leader Nara Lokesh on Tuesday said that the TDP-BJP combine would not tolerate any kind of injustices with the people who hail from other regions.
Addressing election meetings in Malkajgiri constituency here, Lokesh alleged that Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and his son and Panchayat Raj Minister K. Tarakarama Rao were intimidating the settlers to get their votes in GHMC elections. He said rumours were being floated that settlers would be sent back to their native place if TRS loses GHMC elections. He said that the TDP-BJP combine would not tolerate such threats. Stating that Hyderabad was not “KCR’s Jagir”, he said no force on earth could send back the settlers from city. He said that the settlers had played a major role in development of Hyderabad.
Lokesh said IT and other sectors were development in Hyderabad by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu. Besides creating lakhs of new jobs, investments worth crores of rupees were brought in through proper planning and execution. He said that the previous Congress Government only continued the initiatives taken by TDP Government. However, the TRS Government completely damaged the city’s brand image during its 18-month rule. He assured that the TDP-BJP combine would restore the city’s lost glory.
TDP floor leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao and other senior leaders were also present. (INN)