On Monday, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao attacked Congress and the BJP saying though they both have ruled the country for the longest period, they spoke as if someone else is responsible for the problems in the country.
The president of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi, Mr. Rao said, “Did anyone else rule? For short time, others were there. They (Congress and BJP) did not let them live. Five-six years… Congress, BJP ruled the country overall. As if someone else ruled the country as if someone else is responsible, they indulge in a war of words and we have to vote for one of them like buffoons.”
While addressing an election meeting at Godavarikhani, he quoted, “Did anyone else rule? For short time, others were there. They (Congress and BJP) did not let them live. Five-six years… Congress, BJP ruled the country overall. As if someone else ruled the country as if someone else is responsible, they indulge in war of words and we have to vote for one of them like buffoons.”
Mr. Rao claimed that no change will come if people vote for PM Modi and Mr. Gandhi. Political rivals have threatened him several times while he is speaking for the country, said Mr. Rao.
“There is wealth in this country. Resources given by God are there. But those who do not have the intelligence to use them, are ruling this country,” he said.
He criticized PM Modi for attacking him at a public meeting in Telangana recently and said, “What should those running the country speak? What are the problems of poverty, agriculture, farmers, workers, their problems, how can they be solved; should they apply their mind to it or engage in war of words …”
He urged the people to vote for TRS making the winner of 16 Lok Sabha seats so that his party can fight for the good of the countrymen.

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