IT and Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao today lashed out at the Congress for its scathing attack on his family members. During a chit chat with the media persons here the minister reiterated that he will quit politics if the TRS failed to retain power in 2019 general elections. We will show our mettle in the next elections and the Congress has to bite dust once again he said.
KTR said that he is abide by the word of quitting politics in case of not coming to power irrespective of Congress Telangana Chief Utham Kumar Reddy is ready to accept the challenge or not. Utham should accept his challenge if he really a strong leader KTR said. Like in 2014 elections the TRS will contest the next elections alone he clarified. The minister also said that there is no truck with other political party as the people will repose confidence on the TRS government for its flagship programs and welfare scheme she maintained. Referring to suit and boot remarks, he hit out at the Congress saying that AICC Chief Rahul Gandhi is big Pappu in the country which can be clarified on google site. There is no truth in what the Congress making allegations for political mileage he said. Rahul was inefficient that the Congres failed to win elections municipality in his own segment. He ridiculed Utham for stating that the Congress will 70 seats in the elections and clinch power. The TRS will win more seats with thumping majority this time and form the government KTR said.
He slammed Komati Reddy Venkat Reddy for his comments on a murder in Naglonda. The Congress is known for murder politics for chief minister post he said. On TJAC Chairman Prof Kodandaram’s statement of new party, he said that anyone can launch a political party and contest the elections in democracy and it is for people to decide. The Central budget failed to convince any parties and not is clear whether the TD is with the BJP alliance. On the congress charges on Davos trip and efforts for investments, KT Rama Rao said that he made a trip for first time and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu visited Davos for 14 times. (NSS)