Telangana

KCR changing vastu to make his son CM: VH

KCR changing vastu to make his son CM: VH

Congress senior leader V Hanumantha Rao has alleged that the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was changing the ‘vastu’ to make his son IT Minister KT Ramarao as Chief Minister.

Participating in the round table meeting conducted by Telangana JAC against shifting the Bison Polo Grounds to construct Secretariat there here on Thursday, VH alleged that KCR was making plans while not sleeping at nights to shift Secretariat from the existing place to Bison Polo Grounds.

Taking serious exception at KTR for terming Congress as Lofer Party, VH termed KCR, who first started his political career from Congress party, family as Lofer family. He said that the Congress was the party waged movement for the sake of freedom to the nation. He said that Telangana JAC chairman Prof M Kodandaram waged the movement for the sake of separate Telangana state but KCR got jackpot with Chief Minister post.

KCR made Sonia Gandhi to believe in him saying that he wanted only Telangana but any positions. KCR also made the people of Telangana to believe in his word that he will make dalith as first chief minister of the state. He said that Marri Chenna Reddy and Mallikarjun waged real Telangana movement. Several students lost their lives for the bullets of police.

He said that the Congress party lost election as all leaders campaigned themselves as Chief Minister candidates. The Chief Minister was made G Jagdeesh Reddy as SC Welfare Minister instead of making SC or BC as Minister. The Chief Minister also cheated daliths by not making a dalith as SC Welfare Minister, he pointed out.

He alleged that corruption reached to its peak level in Telangana Study Circle located at Banjara Hills. He termed KTR as ‘Shikandi’ and found fault with KCR and KTR for not questioning the centre on budget allocation. He opined that there was a need to wage movement similar to Andhra Pradesh state on budget allocation. He also opined that floating many political parties would help TRS party.

TJAC chairman Prof. M Kodandaram, New Democracy leader Goverdhan, leaders from various Left parties and Peoples’ organisations also present. (NSS)