KCR hits out at Naidu, calls him a 'demon'

The caretaker chief minister of Telangana also attacked the Congress for trying to bring back the Andhra rule on Telangana through a backdoor

TRS supremo K Chandrasekhar Rao

Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief K Chandrasekhar Rao launched a stinging attack on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, calling him a demon who is waiting to destruct Telangana through an alliance with the Congress.

“Naidu you were with Modi for four years, but now you blame me for entering into an agreement with the BJP. Don’t play with Telangana, we gave you a stroke in 2014 and you were kicked off to Vijayawada and if I open my third eye you will be decimated,” KCR warned Naidu while addressing a public rally in Nalgonda on Thursday.

The caretaker chief minister of Telangana also attacked the Congress for trying to bring back the Andhra rule on Telangana through a backdoor.

“Will you now take your petitions to Amaravati for permission? Will Naidu allow any irrigation projects in Telangana if he wins a few seats in the election?” KCR questioned.

“Naidu is a cheater and enemy of Telangana. Naidu talks about the Telugu unity but the Andhra people exploited us in the name of Telugu for years. We won't allow it anymore,” he said.

The pink party chief urged the people of Telangana to defeat the grand alliance of the Congress, the TDP, the CPI and the TJS.

Enlisting a list of his flagship programmes including the two-bedroom house scheme and enhanced pension scheme, KCR blamed the Congress for writing to the Election Commission about the Bathukamma saree scheme. “We will bring sarees to your doorsteps after winning the elections,” KCR assured the women.

He blamed the Congress for filing 196 cases in different courts against the Kaleswaram project.

KCR recalled the days of Congress rule in the state, particularly in Nalgonda district where 1,40,000 people were affected by fluoride in drinking water.

He said that the irrigation and drinking projects that are nearing completion will change the landscape of the district. He said that the 4,000 MW power plant being established in the district will provide employment to at least 4,000 young men and women.

KCR also introduced the party candidates announced by him in the first list.

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