KCR acting like Sikhandi: Errabelli
Karimnagar: Telugu Desam Party (TDP) Telangana Forum convener Erraballi Dayakar Rao said that Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) chief K Chandrasekhar Rao was acting like `sikhandi' and was instrumental in weakening the `Sakala Janula Samme'.
At a Press conference at R & B Guest House in the town on Sunday, Mr Dayakar Rao said that TRS utilized the Government employees from Telangana region by inducing them to be in the forefront to lead the agitation.
`By using the Polavaram tenders, the Centre tried to break the agitation for Telangana State. We have evidences that Mr K Chandrasekhar Rao, along with the employees' Joint Action Committee (JAC) leaders went to Delhi and disappeared for a couple of hours and tried to get the Polavaram tenders to his supporters.
To this effect, we have evidences,' Mr Rao alleged. He said that on earlier occasion, TRS had approached court in Lanco issue and later withdrew the case. The TRS leaders threatened and black mailed the persons relating to Pothireddypadu, Pulichintala Project, Metro Rail Project, Colleges belonging to Andhra region, and Film industry.
Later, the leaders came to an `understanding' with those persons. He said that TRS leaders, including Mr Harish Rao, raised objections for the inferior quality of road work with regard to Rajiv Rahadari.
Later, the leaders took contract worth Rs 100 cr from Mr Subbirami Reddy and sold away the contract works, Mr Dayakar Rao alleged. Mr Rao gave a call to the people of Telangana region not to repose confidence in Mr Chandrasekhar Rao.
He said that TDPTF would support the ensuing `Rachchabanda' programme only if Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy makes a clear statement in favour of separate Telangana.
Or else, the forum would boycott the programme. Without achieving anything constructive development, the ministers and Congress leaders are preparing for `Rachchabanda' programme. If they do not make their stand clear on separate Telangana, the programme would be disrupted, he threatened.
News Posted: 31 October, 2011