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Choose welfare or Crises, Harish tells people


Hyderabad, Nov.2 (PMI): Caretaker Minister T Harish Rao today cautioned that the people would suffer severe crisis of non-development if they voted the Congress-led Mahakutami to power. He also ridiculed TD Chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu for bowing to AICC Rahul Gandhi by setting aside ideology and values. Chandrababu dumped the party ideology and its founder NT Rama Rao who fought against Delhi supremacy, he said.
He was addressing the meeting after welcoming the Sanga Reddy Congress, BJP and TDP leaders joining the TRS fold in his presence at Telangana Bhavan here. The minister expressed serious displeasure at Chandrababu’s nefarious designs for the power and befriending with the congress which has so far been its arch rival. The people will not support Naidu’s dirty politics he said. Power mongering Chandrababu Naidu put at stake the self respect of Telugus by making it to national capital for just four seats, he charged.
The BJP leaders quitting the party to join the ruling party for more development he said. Harish Rao slammed TJS Chief Prof Kodandaram being Telangana traitor and bowing to Chandrababu who stalling Telangana development. The congress will not get people support and will give complete mandate for the ruling party, he said. The people will choose whether they want welfare government by giving mandate to the TRS or for crisis by giving a chance to the Mahakutami. The congress aims for power and stalled growth while the TRS regime focuses on the welfare the opposition has hindered growth persistently which is known to people, he said. (PMI)

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