Gajwel voters root for KCR

KCR had not only launched his political career from Siddipet, he also resigned as MLA in 2001 to launch second phase of Telangana movement.

By Author  |  Published: 6th Dec 2018  11:01 pm
Gajwel voters
People of erstwhile Medak district always stood by KCR through his success and failure.

Gajwel: People of Siddipet district, where Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was born and brought up, see a lot of difference between the Telangana Rastra Samithi (TRS) president and the Prajakutami. Rao had not only launched his political career from Siddipet, he had also resigned as MLA in 2001 to launch the second phase of Telangana movement which paved way for the creation of Telangana State.  People of erstwhile Medak district always stood by Rao through his success and failure.

While Chandrashekar Rao had the responsibility of making Telangana a successful State apart from bringing his party back to the power, the citizens believe that the opposition parties were trying all the tricks only to dethrone him, and not with the intention of bettering the future of Telangana.

After a nearly two-month-long campaign, K Mallaiah, a citizen of Gajwel Constituency, has observed this particular difference between these two rival parties. “We saw TPCC President, N Uttam Kumar Reddy, TJAC Chairman, Prof Kodandaram and other Telangana leaders sitting silently, while AICC President, Sonia Gandhi making an announcement to extend special status to Andhra Pradesh. “The same leaders were watching Chandrababu Naidu was making a statement on controversial water sharing during another meeting at Kodad, another voter, G Bagya said.

Lecturer, G Nagaraju said that all the developments proved again that only KCR is concerned about the well being of Telangana. The rest of the leaders, he said have joined hands with Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu to prove Telangana a failure State with the sole aim of coming back to power though the State had witnessed tremendous development during the past four-and-a-half years.  However, the lecturer has said that people of the State knew well who is doing what. He has further said that the voters would take a right decision to elect the right person to hand over the reins of the State on December 7.