TRS will be in power for at least 15 years: Nayani

TRS will be in power for at least 15 years: Nayani
05/02/2015 - Hyderabad: Home Minister Nayani Narsimha Reddy at Rohit_Reddy wedding- Deccan chronicle Photo.

TRS was ready for elections to be conducted any time and will be in power for another 15 years and the Congress and BJP will not get a single seat, quipped Home Minister Nayani Narsimha Reddy today. “The people are ready to vote for the TRS to be in power for 15 more years, he said and sought to know as to why the Congress failed to achieve anything and develop the State for six decades”. He also accused Congress leaders of indulging “mindless” talk on the irrigation projects and welfare schemes.

The Home Minister launched an ITI College building in Mandepally under Tangallapally mandal of Sircilla-Rajanna district along with Textiles Minister KT Rama Rao and others. Speaking on the occasion, Narsimha Reddy said the TRS will retain power and the Congress will bite the dust. He also sarcastically said all the Congress leaders are chief ministerial candidates and crossing swords among themselves for “gaddi. He also said the Congress was deliberately coming in the way of progress while the BJP which has just five Assembly seats in the State will not retain even one, he predicted.

The Home Minister asserted that K Chandrashekhar Rao was the only Chief Minister in the country to implement unique welfare schemes in a big way and all the sectors were making rapid strides and on the path of growth. “The people in the State are favoring the TRS to be in power for the State’s monumental development and unique welfare schemes”, he said.
The TRS government was giving top priority to provide jobs to youth. The infant State was attracting huge investments from the noted world class companies for the best facilities being provided in Telangana for industries and companies to launch their shops, he added. “We are providing hassle-free permissions to them and global companies are keen on investing huge investments in the State, he added. Minister KTR also slammed the Congress for creating hurdles to developmental projects. (NSS)