KCR facing opposition from all sections: Kishan Reddy

Hyderabad, Nov 16 (FN Agency) BJP state president and Union Minister G Kishan Reddy said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has been facing opposition from all sections of the society and land allottees, victims of Dharani filing nominations is an indication of that. He said that 114 nominations were field at Gajwel followed by 54 nominations at Kamareddy. “The Chief Minister is fearing defeat. That is why he chose to contest from Kamareddy in addition to Gajwel from where our party leader Etala Rajender has been contesting. In Kamareddy our leader Venkata Ramana Reddy has been working with the people for the past five years. Chandrasekhar Rao will get defeated at both places. To protect, the Chief Minister, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has roped in TPCC president Revanth Reddy to contest elections from Kamareddy also,” said Kishan Reddy while speaking to reporters here on Wednesday. Stating that a positive atmosphere is developing in favour of BJP in the state after announcing BC as a Chief Minister to Telangana, Kishan Reddy said that even BRS working president K.T. Rama Rao will also get defeated as people angry with the family of KCR. He has accused the police are chasing those who filed nominations against KCR to withdraw them. He said that the public is being forced to attend the public meetings by threatening them with stopping Rytu Bandhu and funds for SHGs. Ridiculing the statement made by the Chief Minister at a public meeting that a coalition government would be formed at the Centre and the days numbered to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP, the Union Minister said that after December 3rd there will be no BRS Government on Telangana and it will loose even in Lok Sabha elections. He said that this comment came out of frustration and he has been trying to test his luck if a coalition government was formed at the Centre.

Asking why no regional parties are coming to campaign in favour of BRS in the elections, the Union Minister said that no one has been trusting Chandrasekhar Rao and only MIM may join hands with BRS. Stating that BJP stood by its word, Kishan Reddy said that as many as 39 seats were allotted to BC s – 36 by BJP and three by Janasena- whereas Congress was confined to 22 and BRS 23. While stating that TSPSC will be revamped after coming to power and monthly appointment letters will be issued by the Chief Minister on the lines the Centre has been doing now, he said that all the vacant posts will be filled. Accusing that the old city was neglected by the present government and lands are poor people are being occupied the activists of MIM, the BJP leader announced that bulldozers will be used to free occupied lands where Shadikhanas were constructed. Referring to the statement made by the Chief Minister that Centre has not allotted any medical colleges to the state, the Union Minister said that state government failed to apply in time. “Even Chief Ministers of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, and West Bengal, despite having ideological differences, have the courtesy of attending the development programmes being participated by the Prime Minister. But this Chief Minister has no sense. He failed to allot land for several projects even after writing letters repeatedly,” he said. Union Home Minister Amit Shah will arrive in Hyderabad on November 17 and participate in the election campaign at Gadwal, Nalgonda, Warangal, and Ranga Reddy districts.