Siricilla sources added that Telangana caretaker minister for IT K Taraka Rama Rao (KTR), while addressing a meeting here yesterday, demanded to know why the people of the State should vote for Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu who had ordered to kill Telangana's farmers for demanding electricity. Meanwhile when speaking on the occasion at Yellareddipeta along with caretaker minister Pocharam Srinivas Reddy, he said that the Congress-TDP alliance was trying to cheat the voters with false promises.
Furthermore urging the voters to choose between KCR who is providing 24 hours of electricity and Chandrababu who killed the farmers who demanded electricity, he said that Chandrababu was supplying money to the Congress leaders who were being given tickets by Congress President Rahul Gandhi. Further recalling the state of affairs in the previous governments, he said that the farmers had to approach the police stations to collect the fertilizers.
KTR said to the public "After the TRS government was formed around 80 backward constituencies have been taken developed. With Kaleshwaram project, we will provide irrigation to lakhs of acres. KCR did what 16 Prime Ministers could not”. Moreover KTR alleged that the Congress leaders were trying to halt the project's construction with Court cases and added that Chandrababu wrote 30 letters to the Centre objecting the Kaleshwaram project.
SC dismissed PIL challenging dissolution of J&K Assembly by Governor Satya Pal Malik New Delhi sources stated that a bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice S K Kaul said "We are not inclined to interfere (with the decision of the Governor)". Meanwhile the bench was hearing a PIL filed by BJP leader Gagan Bhagat, who was an MLA before the Assembly was dissolved.
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