Hyderabad, June 2: Expressing his firm resolve to achieve statehood for the region, Telangana Rashtra Samithi president K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday called upon the people to wipe out the Seemandhra parties from Telangana.
Addressing a massive public meeting at Nizam College Grounds here, KCR said that no Seemandhra party would ever give the post of Chief Minister to a leader of Telangana region. Therefore, he said that their presence in the region was not required. Making a specific reference to the TDP and YSR Congress party, he said that the parties want the Telangana leaders as their permanent slaves.
KCR also accused the Congress party of betraying the Telangana cause multiple times. Welcoming the entry of senior Congress leader K Keshava Rao, MPs Manda Jagannatham and G Vivek, KCR said that these leaders have tried their best to pressurise the Congress High Command over the Telangana. However, he said that the Congress leadership completely ignored them while humiliating the Telangana sentiments.
The TRS chief slammed the Seemandhra media for floating baseless stories of leaders joining the party for “family packages”. Warning the Seemandhra media against the sabotage of Telangana movement, he said the leaders from different parties have been joining the TRS with the sole aim of achieving statehood for the Telangana region.
KCR made a special appeal to the residents of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad asking them to support the Telangana movement. Delivering a part of speech in Urdu language, KCR said that Telangana movement was like a cyclone and it would stop only after reaching its destination.
The TRS chief listed out the programmes that would be implemented after the formation of Telangana State. He reiterated that the first Chief Minister of Telangana would be a Dalit.
KCR appealed to the people to make Chalo Assembly agitation a success by participating in large numbers.
Earlier, KCR offered “khandwa” to the leaders including Keshava Rao, Vivek, Jagannatham, former minister Vinod, Marri Janardhan Reddy and others to formalise their joining into the TRS party.