TRS Working President KTR invited the visiting BJP national leaders also to visit Basti Dwakhanas, Durgam Cheruvu Cable bridge and Annapurna Canteens before leaving the city.
Addressing the gathering during a roadshow in Uppal, KTR while coming down heavily on them for making a beeline to the state for campaigning for BJP during GHMC elections, he questioned as to where were they when the floods have come. “We welcome them had they visited Hyderabad during floods”, he said sarcastically.
KTR went on and said, “Instead of coming with empty hands, I request them to bring along Rs 1350 Crore financial assistance for relief measures in rain-affected colonies which CM KCR had requested for in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Continuing his attack, KTR stated that some leaders are stooping down for a few votes and seats – One insane leader says he will break memorials of NTR and PV Narsimha Rao and another insane leader encourages triple riding and promises to pay the challans.
“Hyderabad has been peaceful for the past six years. There has not been a single incidence of communal tension. Today, they only want to divide people in the name of religion. I urge you all to not support such parties,” said KTR.
He vehemently criticized the BJP leaders who were out making funny poll promises. He stated that the BJP leaders were promising to give financial assistance of Rs 25,000 to flood-affected families. “These are the same leaders who halted the distribution of financial assistance of Rs 10,000 to the citizens and they are coming up with such promises to bluff people,” he said highlighting his government schemes such as Kalyana Lakshmi, KCR Kit, Annapurna Canteen, Basthi Dawakhana, installation of five lakh CCTV cameras in Hyderabad etc.
KTR said, “There was a major water crisis in Uppal five years ago. But today, every house is getting drinking water every alternate day. The TRS government has resolved the water crisis very efficiently.”
He appealed to the people to vote for TRS party candidates to enable the development to continue in Hyderabad