Focus on winning at home first: KTR to Rahul Gandhi

He was responding to one of the questions posed during a question and answer session on Twitter called '#AskKTR' on Sunday.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  8 May 2022 11:57 AM GMT
Focus on winning at home first: KTR to Rahul Gandhi

Hyderabad: Telangana minister of municipal administration and urban development (MAUD) K.T Rama Rao on Sunday asked Congress MP Rahul Gandhi to first focus on winning in his home constituency of Amethi or in Uttar Pradesh. He was responding to one of the questions posed during a question and answer session on Twitter called "#AskKTR."

One of the Twitter users asked the minister for his advice for Rahul Gandhi and the minister replied, "To focus on winning at home (Amethi and UP) first."



The minister's comment comes a day after the Congress leaders' two-day tour of Telangana on 6 and 7 May. Rahul Gandhi had spoken about various problems faced by the people in the state, including the farmers' issues at Warangal. He had also met the arrested NSUI students of Osmania University at Chanchalguda jail.

In the 90-minutes Q&A, KTR also remarked on the rising petrol, diesel, and LPG prices in the country. One of the Twitter users asked, "One word @KTRTRS #AskKTR Petrol, Diesel crosses Rs.100. Cooking gas crosses Rs.1000. Milestones in Indian history." To this KTR replied, "Modi Ji is unstoppable. He is going to make sure we are the No 1 in the world."



He also mocked the PM and said, "Modi hai tho mumkin hain. Welcome to acche din."



On the recent sale of shares of the state-run Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), the minister said the BJP stands for "Becho Janata ki Property". He also alleged that not a single national educational institution such as IIM, IISER, NID, or IIIT has been sanctioned by the Union government to Telangana. "It's hopeless to expect anything from them as we've been requesting for 8 years in vain," he tweeted.



Besides, he also said state government programmes like Mission Bhagirathi, Mana Ooru Mana Badi, etc. are game-changers that are helping a lot of people in the state.



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