Hyderabad, Nov.10 : Vowing to complete Rachakonda Lift irrigation project at any cost given mandate in the elections, Caretaker Minister T Harish Rao today expressed surprise as to how the TD Chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu seek votes in Telangana Assembly elections when he opposed the irrigation projects.
Addressing at a public meeting at Ibrahimpatnam, Harish launched a scathing attack at the TDP Chief for watering down the welfare of the Telangana State by forging an unholy alliance with his arch rival, the Congress. He also appealed to the gathering to be cautious of Chandrababu Naidu, who has been stalling the growth of Telangana State. “Chandrababu, who had written letters to then Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharathi against Telangana projects, including Dindi, Palamur and others, now coming for votes in the guise of Mahakutami”, he flayed.
However, the people are not ready to believe Chandrababu Naidu, a proven traitor of Telangana. Chandrababu has been hatching conspiracies against Telangana development and irrigation projects which was known to people. Now the TD Chief is blatantly trying to fund the Congress-led Mahakutami for the forthcoming elections, he said. Giving votes to the Mahakutami will dampen the spirit of Telangana development as it bowed before Naidu for money for the polls, he alleged.
The Congress leaders lined up in Delhi to meet with Naidu when he was in the national capital and the Congress failed to take a call on the seat sharing. The Congress-led alliance has no right to seek votes for working at the mercy of Chandrababu, he said. He asked the people to vote for KCR leadership and give a robust mandate and help complete the Rachakonda, Palamur and Dindi and other irrigation projects to turn green the areas. The people should reject the Ccongress and TDP as their bosses are in Delhi and Amaravathi, he added.