TRS, YSR Congress want to destabilise AP government: CM
Alleging that TRS and YSR Cong wanted to destabilise Cong govt in AP, CM Kiran Reddy expressed confidence that his govt will complete its full term.
Mahabubnagar: Alleging that the TRS and the YSR Congress wanted to destabilise the Congress government in Andhra Pradesh, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Tuesday expressed confidence that his government will complete its full term.
"People elected the Congress government for five years. None can bring it down. I am not someone to be cowed down. I will be more strong if anyone tries to come between people and the Congress government," he asserted while speaking at Mandipalli village in Mahabubnagar district after inaugurating `Revenue Sadassulu` (revenue conventions), intended to address various revenue-related issues in villages quickly.
Reddy was referring to TRS` decision to move a no-confidence motion against his government during the budget session of the Assembly beginning tomorrow. Jaganmohan Reddy-led YSR Congress has decided to support the motion.
Highlighting the Congress victory in the recent cooperative election, he charged that the TRS and the YSRCP wanted to destabilise the four-year-old government out of fear of being routed in the ensuing Panchayat, Zilla Parishad and municipality polls.
In an indirect reference to TRS President K Chandrasekhara Rao, who is a Lok Sabha member from Mahabubnagar, Reddy alleged that the MP hardly visited his constituency.
"As Chief Minister, I have to tour 294 Assembly constituencies. Still, I visited Mahabubnagar district at least seven-eight times. How many times your MP has visited? You know very well," Reddy added.