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Suman warns Prof. Kodandaram of dire consequences

TRS MP Balka Suman today alleged that Telangana Political JAC chairman Prof Kodandaram has turned into an agent of the Congress party.

Speaking to the media at the TRSLP office on the Assembly premises on Monday, the TRS MP  warned Prof Kodandaram not to let loose his tongue and talk with conscious mind. Otherwise, the TRS cadre would not keep silent and would teach him a fitting lesson. He said if he (Kodandaram) tried to malign the image of the party intentionally and fails to mend his hostile attitude towards the ruling arty, the latter has to face dire consequences.

Pointing out that Prof Kodandaram never spoke when seven mandals of Khammam district were merged with Andhra Pradesh, Suman alleged that the TPJAC chief was trying to create hurdles in the ongoing irrigation projects at the behest of the Opposition parties. The MP questioned as to why Kodandaram was talking in favour of Congress party and criticizing the ruling party? Suman made it clear that they are ready to accept his constructive suggestions, but there will be no question of a compromise if he lambasted the TRS.

The TRS MP asked how Prof. Kodandaram criticize the ruling party which was elected by people’s support. Suman said the TRS leadership was giving top priority to those who worked for the party during the agitation and no injustice to done to anybody. Advising Prof. Kondandaram to shun mud-slinging against the State government, Suman accused the former of acting as Congress mercenary.

Alleging that Prof. Kondandaram was shedding crocodile tears, Suman said the entire country was hailing he historic welfare programs like Mission Bagheeratha launched by the TRS party. He also made it clear that even one lakh Kodandarams could not sabotage the welfare schemes and monumental developmental programs launched by the KCR government. Once Kodandaram addressed the people from the tents put up by the TRS in support of Telangana agitation, but now he has reversed his stand and flaying the State government to give a re-birth to the Congress party, he added. (NSS)