Kapu leader Mudragada Padmanabham of Kirlampudi, who was spearheading agitation for reservation to his community, has showered praises on Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for implementing his election promises without any dharnas, road blockades and protests by the people and proved himself as the tallest chief minister in the country.
In a letter to K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday, the Kapu leader eulogized the former for fulfilling his promises made in the election manifesto without any fuss in a short time and proved that election manifestoes should not become waste papers as pointed out by the Chief Justice of India. He stated, “Hiking the reservation quota for tribal brothers and increasing reservation quota for Muslims in conformity with the reports submitted by two Commissions and getting a resolution passed in the Cabinet and tabling a Bill in the Assembly and forwarding it to the Centre for approval proved beyond doubt that you (KCR) are following the footsteps of Constitution author Dr B R Ambedkar, who had made reservation of the oppressed and weaker sections possible”.
Stating that political leaders should have respect for the people, who voted for them, Mudragada stated that AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had subjected people to ruthless lathi-charge, foisting criminal cases and made them bear with choicest abuses hurled at them just because the people asked him to implement his election-eve promises.
“Please do not follow our honorable AP CM, who spends crores of rupees during the elections. Please do not follow him because power, properties and lives are not permanent except the name and fame”, he added. He also requested KCR to render complete justice to people based on their dire needs and not to attempt to lure people with money and liquor during the election time.
Mudragada also requested Telangana CM to conduct elections without spending a rupee and get the credit for conducting such money-less polls and get a permanent place in the hearts of the people. I congratulate your governance”, he added. (NSS)