Telangana Polls: PM Modi attacks TRS, Cong in his first rally

Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) campaign trail for the upcoming Telangana Assembly election 2018 on Tuesday. Addressing his first rally in Nizamabad district of the poll-bound state, PM attacked TRS government saying CM KCR has done nothing in last 4.5 years.

PM Modi in his second rally of the day in Mahabubnagar continues his attacks on the ruling party. He accused both TRS and Congress of Dynasty politics and termed them a photocopy of each other. He accuses the TRS of ruining the state. ‘KCR said he will transform Nizamabad into London but look at the conditions here. The region lacks development. He should better live in London for 5yearsr to see how that city is’, says PM Modi

PM Narendra Modi expected to address a ‘big public meeting’ in Hyderabad on December 3, BJP State Chief K Laxman told.

While BJP National President Amit Shah held four rallies in the state at Parkal, Nirmal, Narayankhed and Dubbak on Sunday. He criticize the ruling TRS for failing to fulfil its election promises and “appeasing Muslims” under its friendly alliance with  Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM)’s influence, singling out a state government proposal to give 12% quota to muslims.

While TRS chief and caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao hit back at Shah on Monday, saying the TRS will continue efforts to get quotas increased for Scheduled Tribes and Muslims. “Yesterday, their president (Amit Shah) also came. He spoke that we will not let Muslims get reservation Amit Shah…You will not be in power. It is not you giving (something) and we taking it,” Rao said.

Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in a rally at Medchal last week accused the present KCR government for ignorning the development of the state.

Arrival of PM Narendra Modi will intensify the campaign in the state . The Telangana Assembly polls are scheduled for December 11, while  counting will take place on December 11.

Telangana is among the five states going for assembly elections before the Mega Lok Sabha Elections 2018.


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