Congress President Rahul Gandhi charged PM Narendra Modi and caretaker Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao with having a “partnership” and vowed to end their rule at the Centre and in the state
Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday, December 5, charged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and caretaker Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao with having a “partnership” and vowed to end their rule at the Centre and in the state.“In a few days, a storm will come in Telangana, a storm of change will come, and the voice of people of Telangana will again control the state, and fulfil the dreams of Telangana,” he said predicting victory for the Congress-led alliance in the December 7 Assembly polls.
“We would like to stand with you to complete this task. We will listen to you and run the state. We want to build your Telangana and this is going to happen”, Rahul Gandhi said.
Addressing his last campaign meeting in Telangana ahead of the polls, Gandhi alleged “there is a partnership between Narendra Modi and KCR (as Rao is referred to by many). KCR supports Narendra Modi in Delhi (at the central level).” In this context, he noted that the TRS had supported the BJP-led NDA government on GST, demonetisation, and Presidential and Vice-Presidential elections