Kavitha was responding to reports of a fallout between a few Congress leaders over the party’s alliance with Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP.

Cong blamed EVM tampering first now poor Naidu TRS MP Kavitha on Telangana resultsImage: Facebook/Kalvakuntla Kavitha&Nara Chandrababu Naidu
news Politics Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - 15:43

Nizamabad MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha on Wednesday said that the people of Telangana have elected a ‘working, committed’ government with a clear majority despite the political gimmicks of the Congress and the BJP.

Kavitha was addressing the media at Telangana Bhavan in New Delhi amidst the ongoing winter session of the Parliament, along with MPs Jitender Reddy, Vinod Kumar, B Narsaiah Goud, BB Patil and others.

The MP added that she hoped that the TRS will play a crucial role in Delhi after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections by winning all the 16 Parliaments seats in the state.

Accusing the Congress of hypocrisy, she said, “Following their defeat in Telangana, the Congress blamed EVM tampering for three days. Now, after getting instructions from Delhi to not blame the EVMs as their CMs in three states (Congress won in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh) will be in trouble, they are blaming poor Chandrababu Naidu.”

Kavitha was responding to reports of a fallout between a few Congress leaders over the party’s alliance with Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP, which is now confined to a mere two MLA seats in Telangana.

She further lamented that the Congress was running away from failures and that people were laughing at the party’s efforts to cover its washout in the state elections. She added, “People will accept if a leader stands by the public irrespective of win or defeat.”

Kavitha said that the TRS MPs would meet all the union ministers to solve as many as 52 issues pertaining to the state of Telangana.

She also ruled out the possibility of the TRS joining the BJP and Congress-led fronts. Earlier this month, after the sweeping victory in the Telangana elections, TRS President KCR said that he would camp in Delhi to orchestrate the Federal Front, which will exclude the Congress and the BJP.

Talking about the proposed Federal Front, Kavitha said, “The Federal Front is being floated. It will be taken very seriously. Our agenda is to address the people of this nation, not the political parties. There have been various political groupings in the country; while some failed, a few succeeded.”

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