With the ‘Greater ‘ election campaigning coming close of the heels of a wrap, the main contenders TRS, BJP and AIMIM intensified. While the BJP party fielded bigwigs like JP Nadda, UP CM Yogi Adityanath who were seen blazing all guns at the ruling TRS, the latter roped in the supremo himself who addressed a massive crowd at LB Stadium on Saturday.
Appealing to the voters to hit back the communal forces who are working with vested interests, the Chief Minister and TRS supremo pitched about the development activities taken up by the ruling party ever since it assumed power.
Claiming 24/7 power supply without any power outages as the first victory, KCR stated that Telangana has been the second state in India after Delhi to announce free water supply to the citizens. Bringing the government’s efforts during the recent Hyderabad floods, the Chief Minister hit the sentiment button claiming that the TRS leaders have aced all the odds wading through knee-length water to help people in a flood situation.
While the TRS supremo was expected to dart his mark punches on the oppositions, the leader seems in fall in defence with the potshots taken by a slew of BJP leaders. His speech was plain and KCR was seen improvising the manifesto which was released a few days ago.
Amidst the communal controversy and the Prime Minister snubbing the CM not to visit him at the airport, the TRS main lead was learnt to take calculated speech which came as a disappointment to TRS cadre.