TRS will be Forced to Take VRS, Says Babu on KCR’s Home Turf - The New Indian Express

TRS will be Forced to Take VRS, Says Babu on KCR’s Home Turf

Published: 29th April 2014 07:53 AM

Last Updated: 29th April 2014 07:53 AM

Sharpening his attack on TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao on the last day of the poll campaign at Gajwel on Monday, TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu warned him to hold his tongue or be ready to go to a mental asylum.

“Who do you think you are?  You, who grew politically in TDP and came out, dare threaten me? Do you think Telangana is your fiefdom? If TDP candidate Pratap Reddy in Gajwel just exhales, you will be blown all the way into the Godavari,” he thundered. 

Naidu predicted that KCR, who is contesting the Gajwel Assembly seat, will be left in the dust raised by the speed of the cycle and TRS will have no choice but to take VRS. Describing KCR as the first betrayer of Telangana, he urged people not to believe him.

 Unruly scenes were witnessed at the meeting after some TRS sympathisers, who sneaked into the gathering, threw water sachets and slippers at the podium. TDP activists thrashed the TRS supporters. With the situation going out of hand, police entered the scene and whisked away the TRS activists.

Continuing his speech after the police intervention, an unfazed TDP chief accused KCR of instigating his followers to act in an unruly manner at the meetings of his rivals. Naidu warned him that if his party’s  chief ministerial candidate for Telangana R Krishnaiah so wishes, he will have to run for cover to his farmhouse. Describing the election at Gajwel as a battle between commoners and feudal lords, he said people are not ready to vote for those who intend to revive feudal rule in Telangana. He wondered why the TRS chief was making objectionable comments against BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendera Modi.

“How can he think, if he forms the government, to get aid from the Centre? It seems he has lost his mental balance,” Naidu said.

Naidu also recalled how KCR was forced to flee from the Osmania University when students had turned against him for failing to keep his word. “How can one believe such a person to keep his promise? He will cheat you. Do not believe him,” he told the people of Gajwel. The TDP chief urged them to vote for the TDP-BJP combine, which stands for the comprehensive development of the new Telangana State.

Chandrababu Naidu went on to woo minority voters by promising reservations for minorities in politics too. He recalled that during the TDP regime, communal harmony had prevailed in the region. The TDP chief also reiterated his claims of developing Hyderabad and listed the promises contained in his party’s manifesto.

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