Congress may form coalition govt with Mahakutami: N Uttam Kumar Reddy

JAC backs Kutami, launches #WeToo campaign against TRS govt.

Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president N. Uttam Kumar Reddy expressed confidence that the Congress party would form the coalition government on December 12 along with Mahakutami partners.

The TPCC president along with Telugu Desam president L. Ramana, CPI general secretary Chada Venkat Reddy slammed the government alleging that the government had betrayed private school and college managements after using them to the maximum during the Telangana movement.

The KG to PG Joint Action Committee had organised a joint press conference with the Mahakutami leaders and extended their support to the Mahakutami and launched a #WeToo campaign against the TRS government.

Addressing the meeting, Mr Uttam Kumar Reddy said, “The coalition government that will be formed by the Mahaku-tami parties on December 12 will look into the issues of the private school and college managements.” He said that the caretaker Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) used their services before the 2014 elections and started harassing them with vigilance soon after assuming power. “These managements played a crucial role during the movement for a better future of Telangana. The Chief Minister said in the assembly that private schools are being run in poultry sheds. The statement was made to insult the managements without proper evidence. 90 percent of Minority institutions were shut in Telangana.”

He added, “The private schools are working with a service motto. The Maha-kutami government will implement a housing scheme for the teaching and non-teaching staff of private schools. The electricity tariff for recognised institutions will be made equivalent to domestic tariff. Municipal and property taxes will be taken as per the residential houses.”

Earlier, JAC Chairman G. Ramana Reddy said, “We are tired of KCR, as he has not even allowed us to meet him for many days now. Though he promised us everything, he has not fulfilled any of the promises made to us.”

Now, we have decided to support the Mahakutami and our JAC will work for the Mahakutami’s victory. We believe that the new government will work on our demands for sure.”

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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