Shabbir to KCR: Don't enter Kamareddy without fulfilling your promises
DECCAN CHRONICLE | Narender Pulloor
KAMAREDDY: Congress leader Mohammed Ali Shabbir on Wednesday claimed that he would register a historic victory from the Kamareddy constituency against Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao in the upcoming assembly elections.
Shabbir Ali was accorded a grand welcome on his first visit to Kamareddy after KCR announced his candidature from there. Hundreds of villagers and Congress leaders from the district met him and reiterated their support. Various caste groups also expressed their support to Ali.
Shabbir Ali said the CM’s decision to contest from both Kamareddy and Gajwel gave the people a chance to defeat him twice.
"KCR let down the people of Telangana during his two terms. He didn't keep his election promises. So, he deserves not just one defeat, but two defeats. Luckily, KCR himself created this opportunity for the people to reject him in Gajwel and Kamareddy," he said.
The Congress leader said KCR should apologize to Kamareddy's people for neglecting them over the past decade.
"Under the Dalit Bandu scheme, all families in KCR’s native Chintamadaka were given a `10 lakh assistance. KCR should not enter Kamareddy before giving a similar`10 lakh assistance to the Dalit families in Konapur village of Bibipet mandal, which he claims to be his parent’s native village."
"KCR is habitual of changing his constituencies because he never remains accessible to the people after winning an election. Not a single voter from Gajwel could meet KCR to present his problems in the last over nine years."
He said the people of Gajwel had already decided to defeat KCR. "Out of fear, he is contesting from both Gajwel and Kamareddy."