Hyderabad, June 11 (Hydnow): Congress senior leader T. Jagga Reddy today lashed out at the TRS leaders for making provocative statements.
Speaking to media, Jagga Reddy reminded the ruling party leaders that their party has only nine members in the Lok Sabha. Such a tiny party stating that the Congress, which has 53 seats in the Lok Sabha, was no more in the country was meaningless and mischievous, he added.
The Congress leader ridiculed that TRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao has taken up the job of strengthening the BJP. He also said the TRS party would lose even the present nine seats in the Lok Sabha in the next Assembly elections. He also said it will be impossible for KCR or any other leader to bring about alternative power to BJP without Congress’ participation.
Jagga Reddy alleged that the TRS supremo was planning to float Bharatiya Rashtriya Samithi at the national level and hand over his TRS and BRS in the hands of BJP leaders. Alleging that the graph of the TRS has nosedived in Telangana, Jagga Reddy asked whether KCR was greater than veteran politicians like Sharad Pawar and Deve Gouda. (Hydnow)
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