Condemning the functioning of the TRS government, the state Congress leaders alleged the state government utterly failed in its promises made during last years GHMC Election s to make the state capital traffic snarl and water log free, even as Heavy rain lashed city on Monday leading to water logging and traffic snarls in several parts of Hyderabad.
Addressing a joint press conference Mohammed Ali Shabbir, leader of opposition in the Telangana legislative council along with Deputy leader CLP T. Jeevan Reddy and farmer Chief whip Gandra challenged the Municipal minister K T Rama Rao for a public debate on the horrifying situation of the state capital and other towns in Telangana as they were battered by the south west monsoon rains.
Mohammed Ali Shabbir questioned ‘ What happened to your 100 days action plan?, is this the outcome. We are ready for a debate even in the presence of Media, at any time and anywhere the TRS and KTR wants , he challenged .
Describing KTR as ‘ Feku Rao (in hindi) means when ever he speaks it will not have any action and Gali Rao (Telugu) means he speaks without any sanctity hence these words are truly applicable, Shabbir Ali said the former ( KTR) had no locus standi to talk out congress or its vice president Rahul Gandhi . ‘ He ( KTR ) says, the congress party will be trampled to underground (patalam) and that Rahul Gandhi was just a Baccha ( kid ) in politics .
He said students who had to appear for the TT exams today had a harrowing time due to traffic snarls caused by water logged roads . ‘ TRS govt had failed to implement all the 21 major promised made during last GHMC polls in 2016 ‘ said Shabbir . ‘ If the TRS government can not handle the situation , let them give up power and the Congress party knows how to manage the situation he added.
Advising the TRS leaders and the Municipal administration minister KTR to stop blaming the congress party for their failures ,he urged them to attend to peoples problems seriously , at least during the Monsoon session and ensure the school children, youth and working women were not hard pressed and were protected against traffic snarls, water logged pit holes, open man hole tragedies . (NSS)