KTR did not use unparliamentary language: Jagadish Reddy

KTR did not use unparliamentary language: Jagadish Reddy

Energy Minister Jagadish Reddy on Friday denied that allegation that IT Minister K. Tarakarama Rao has used unparliamentary language in a speech delivered in Suryapet.

Speaking to media persons here, Jagadish Reddy said that the Congress party has no moral right to give lecture on political standards and principles. Reacting to Congress Legislature Party leader K. Jana Reddy’s strong reaction on KTR’s comment, he said whether Jana Reddy was not aware of unparliamentary language used against Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao in a public meeting in Nalgonda.

Jagadish Reddy alleged that the Telangana region suffered huge damage during Congress regime. Despite losing elections, Congress leaders did not learn any lessons. He said if the Congress leaders continue with the same behaviour, then their party would lose the status of an opposition party in next elections.

The minister also described Congress Bus Yatra as utter failure and claimed that not even 100 people were seen in bus yatra. (INN)