Hyderabad: The Minister for Marketing, Mr Mukesh Goud on Tuesday warned that he would show the punch of Greater Hyderabad to the TRS Chief, Mr K Chandrasekhara Rao and his family members, if they show Telangana power on Hyderabad Metro Railway Project as they claimed. Reacting strongly deadline of Telangana JAC, he cautioned that the KCR and his family members would not be allowed to live in the City, if he set deadline for them.
Speaking at a media conference in the Secretariat here, Mr Mukesh Goud along with the Minister for Labor, Mr Danam Nagender and the MLC, Mr M S Prabhakar strongly objected that comments made by KCR that blood shed would be created, if the HMR projects would not be stopped immediately. Why the KCR brought the matter of Metro Rail at commemoration meeting of Prof Jayasjankar, he wondered. He alleged KCR kept aside Prof Jayashankar by giving importance to Prof Kodandaram in Telangana movement. KCR was not linking the investments and jobs coming to Hyderabad. Hence, the TRS leader was opposing the project. KCR, who took the lives of 400 to 500 youth in the name of Telangana movement, was now provoking the people on Hyderabad Metro Rail, he added.
Terming the KCR as a bid liar, the Minister made it clear that there was no truth in statements made by KCR that Mozamjahi market, Sultan bazaar Arya Samaj, temples and Masjis would be destructed as a part of works of the HMR.
“I am guarantee that there would be no damage to Mozamjahi market, Sultan bazaar Arya Samaj, temples and Masjis. The under ground railway system, which was suggested by KCR as an alternative, was also not suitable to Hyderabad”, the Minister claimed.
Replying to question on deadline set by Telangana Political JAC for resignation of elected representatives, the Minister questioned as to who is JAC to set deadline to Congress elected representatives and we have party high command to get the directions on any matter.
“If I put the deadline, the KCR and his family members will not be allowed to live on Hyderabad”, he cautioned.
The Minister for Labor, Mr Danam Nagender warned that the people of Greater Hyderabad would not tolerate, if the TRS Chief, Mr K Chandrasekhara Rao (KCR) tries to create hurdles to Hyderabad Metro Rail (HMR) Project.
As 12 surrounding municipalities were merged in the GHMC, the City limits were expanded immensely and created need for Metro Rail. The HMR would also attract Rs 50,000 crores investments to in and surrounding the Greater Hyderabad. Nearly 2 lakhs jobs would be created once the HMR project was completed.
Strongly condemning the allegation of KCR that the Chief Minister, Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy received hundreds of crores from the contracting company L and T, he pointed out that the project would cause not a single paisa economic burden on the exchequer of the State.
He warned the KCR not to try to disrupt the peace in the city, by making provoking statements. KCR would hold responsibility to the consequences, if any hurdles created to the project. He made it clear that the Metro rail Project would not be stopped at any cost.