Bandi sinned touching God's feet with hands that touched Amit Shah's chappals: KTR

TRS working president K T Rama Rao issued a charge sheet against the BJP party at Telangana Bhavan on Saturday


HYDERABAD: A day after the BJP released a charge-sheet against the TRS administration, TRS working president K T Rama Rao came up with a counter charge-sheet against the BJP Telangana Bhavan on Saturday, accusing it of failing to keep commitments.

Minister KTR accused the saffron party of attempting to buy people's respect. Swearing on gods, according to KTR, would accomplish nothing. There was no value for their swears and oaths, as they felicitated rapists. He took serious exception to Telangana state BJP unit's president Bandi Sanjay Kumar touching the feet of Yadadri Narasimha Swamy's idol with the same hands that carried Amit Shah's chappal. KTR asserted that Bandi Sanjay sinned and urged the temple priests to conduct a 'samprokshana'(purification) of the temple.

Referring to the TRS MLAs poaching case, KTR said, "We are accountable people. If we speak now, we will have to face the backlash from many. They will accuse us of attempting to influence the case."

KT Rama Rao further said, The investigating agencies will follow the procedure as prescribed. We have atmost regard and trust in the judiciary and the judicial processes. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao would arespond appropriately and in a befitting manner on the 'operation farmhouse' scandal of poaching MLAs at a right time.

"We are asking for votes by showcasing the development done in the last eight years and promising what we will do to Munugode if we win. On the contrary, the BJP is resorting to personal abuses and making degrading remarks on our honourable chief minister," KTR said.

The charge sheet has mentioned that the BJP didn't get moved by the plight of fluoride victims in Munugode nor they safeguarded the livelihood of weavers. The chargesheet also spoke about the ruling BJP's gross injustice towards the state of Telangana like dishonouring the reorganisation act promises and the party's decisions against the interests of Telangana.

The document also highlighted the effect of the skyrocketing prices of daily essentials on the commoners and how Narendra Modi's anti-farmer policies are sounding a death knell for the farming sector.

The 13-pager also explained in detail how the central BJP government and some BJP-ruled states cheated the backward classes. And it also spoke about how the BJP misled the citizens of the country and how they fooled the youth of the nation and the way they discriminated against the students of Telangana.

KTR lashed out at the Union Government, saying, "The Union Government is attempting to fix metres for agriculture motors." They were are also attempting to revoke the 24-hour free electricity. They had halted loans for the Yadadri Power Plant. They created a division by politicising the provision of krishna water to the state.

The ruling BJP increased gas rates from Rs 400 to Rs 1,200. They had provided a subsidy of Rs. 22,000 crore to oil firms, but had withdrawn all consumer subsidies. Despite no increase in crude oil prices, the government hiked petrol and diesel rates as 'Modi Oil Rate'. KTR said they stole Rs 32,00,000 crores.

He went on to add that the Union Government had purposefully halted the Dindi, SLBC, Kalvakurthy, Nettempadu, and Palamuru Lift Irrigation Schemes. They did not accord national status to any state project.

KTR slammed the Modi Government, claiming that they had written off Rs 11.5 lakh crores for corporates while suggesting that social schemes for the poor and oppressed be revoked. The Prime Minister's pledge of two crore jobs per year had not been fulfilled. They shut down several institutions and industries under the Union Government. KTR said that they cancelled the ITIR project for Telangana.

He said, GST was being levied on everything from milk to rice. India dropped to 107th place on the hunger index. Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to return the promised black money from Swiss banks. There were no medical colleges, tribal universities, IIMs and Navodaya Schools.

KTR criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making India debt-ridden, claiming that the previous 14 prime ministers only raised Rs 55 lakh crores in debt, whereas he raised Rs 155 lakh crores.

KTR also questioned the Union Government for failing to build a 300-bed hospital, specifically for fluorosis, at Munugode, as promised by the Union Minister in 2016. There was no Fluorosis Research Center too.

KTR has appealed to the voters of Munugode to be aware of the 'jumlas' and 'jhootas' of the BJP and asked the electorate to punish the saffron party in the ensuing bypoll in Munugode.

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