Hyderabad: Refuting the remarks of the ministers Mr. Danam Nagender and Mr. Mukesh Goud against the TRS Chief Mr. K Chandrashekar Rao, the TRS senior leader Mr. Nayani Narasimha Reddy has alleged that both the ministers were acting under the direction of the Chief Minister Mr. N Kiran Kumar Reddy.
Speaking to the media at the TRS Bhavan here on Wednesday, Mr. Nayani said that both the ministers from Hyderabad City were deceiving the people who cast their vote to them. He has alleged that the ministers were supporting the L&T Company without considering the grievances of the people.
Stating that the historical assets would be destroyed with the present Metro Rail alignment, Mr. Nayani has said that the TRS was not against the Metro Rail Project but was against the present alignment. Recalling that the Karnataka government was constructing Under-Ground Metro Rail in Banglore City, Mr. Nayani has said that the ministers, who were neglecting the Hyderabad people, had no right to criticise Mr. KCR. Mr Mukesh, who failed to attend to the problems of the constituency, had no moral right to continue as a minister any further, he alleged.
Saying that the creation of Telangana was inevitable, he said that Mr. Danam and Mr. Mukesh had to decide whether they would live in Hyderabad or in Vijayawada. Mr. Nayani made it clear that counter attacks would be resorted to, if the ministers attack the TRS leaders leaving their public duties. He said that no TRS leader would be frightened by the threats of Mr. Danam and Mr. Mukesh. He has warned that that both the ministers would have to remember that they were living in Telangana region. The State government was not giving compensation at market rate to the land losers under the Metro Rail Project, he bemoaned.
Demanding the Chief Minister to arrange an all-party meeting on Metro Rail Project design if he had guts, Mr. Nayani said that the City Ministers were not even responding even though the State government was diverting the water meant for Hyderabad City to Rayalaseema through the Pothireddypadu.