Congress questions ‘clandestine deal’ between Vidyasagara Rao and KCR

Untitled-1Coming down heavily on chief minister K Chandrasekhara Rao for nailing down the erstwhile congress regimes , the TSCLP has questioned the ‘clandestine deal between the Maharashtra governor CH Vidyasagara Rao and KCR’.

“KCR and his entourage were given red carpet welcome in Mumbai. They stayed in Raj Bhavan. The governor hosted a lunch for them. Why the governor has taken so much interest? Apparantly, there was a deal. What’s it?” T Jeevan Reddy asked. “There was absolutely nothing new in KCR’s show. All the projects he has explained were conceived and constructed during our regime only. Mr Rao has done more harm than good to the state. He is going to waste Rs 2 lakh crore for irrigation projects. The designs were made in such a way to irrigate as many hectares as possible” he charged. I wonder how projects will be built without the consent of CWC, he said. Another leader Chinna Reddy said the projects- Kalwakurthy, Bhima, Nettempadu, Ichchampalli, Devadula.. all were constructed during congress rule only and KCR is just trying to benefit some contractors close to the ruling party with new designs.

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