KTR Punch lines steal TRS Plenary show

TRS working president KTR

Rama Krishna Sangem

TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) working president and IT, Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao (KTR) has stolen the show with his punch lines at the party’s 21 formation plenary on at HICC Grounds in Hyderabad on April 27, Wednesday. Not just that,  KTR also provided some hints at the future role of TRS supremo,  Telangana CM and his father K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) at the Centre in the coming days.

TRS working president KTR, who moved the key political resolution at the plenary in the afternoon session attended by over 6,000 delegates, mostly trained his attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP-led NDA government at the Centre. “This is not NDA (National Democratic Alliance) government, this is NPA (non-performing assets, in the banking jargon) government,” said KTR, amid applause from the delegates.

India now needs a leader like KCR. A torch bearer like KCR is very much necessary for our country at this juncture,” said KTR while outlining the broader national role the CM going to play soon. “India needs a leader who says ‘Mera Bharat Mahan’ (My India is great)… perhaps, that leader may come from our Telangana. India needs developmental and welfare schemes implemented in Telangana,” said KTR.

Ridiculing many slogans of BJP, KTR pulled many punches. “We need a Build Up model, but not Bulldozer model, we need Goal model, but not ‘Golmal’ model, We need a visionary leader, not a Tele-visionary,” are some of them. “How long we compare ourselves with Pakistan and Bangladesh? When will we compete with China?,” asked KTR, evoking loud response from the delegates.

KTR also attacked the foreign policy of PM Modi. “Modi made us (India) a laughing stock before the world through his meaningless foreign policy. How long we remain a developing nation? When will we become a developed nation? India is the No 1 in the world, in the prices of cooking gas cylinders. It’s not “Modi hai tho mumkin hai” (Modi is possible), it is Modi hai tho mushkil hai” (Modi is difficulties),” said KTR.

KTR said that most of the schemes implemented by KCR in Telangana are copied by Modi at the national level. “Our Mission Bhagiratha scheme for drinking water to every house is the inspiration for “Har Ghar Jal”, our  Rythu Bandhu is the basis for Modi’s PM Kisan.  If Modi is sincere, he should acknowledge and introduce Telangana’s growth as a role model for the entire India. Why cannot he do it?” asked KTR.

KTR in his speech praised his father KCR by reminding former President Pranab Mukherjee’s words, that “only a few leaders of mass movements can realise their goals during their lifetime, KCR is one such leader”. “If the late NTR created history in 1983 by launching TDP and coming to power, KCR has created history and geography by forming a new state of Telangana through his TRS.

KTR’s political resolution was backed by Power Minister G Jagadeswar Reddy who highlighted the manner in which KCR has solved within a few years many problems faced by Telangana people over several decades in the combined AP. “The entire country has witnessed how KCR has solved power shortages in Telangana, and solved fluoride water problem in parts of Telangana.


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