Bitter experience for KTR in Telangana

April 27th, 2012, 08:00 AM IST

TRS MLA and KCR's son KTR faced bitter experience on Thursday in Karimnagar, when he arrived there to inaugarate the paddy purchase centres of Indira Kranthi Patham (IKP).

The women alleged that the wives of TRS party men were given the postings of Anganwadi, neglecting them completely. "You (KTR) aren't the only one who fought for the formation of Telangana state, we too had sat on fast," told the women to KTR.

Although KTR tried to pacify them, the angry women didn't pay heed to what he is saying. With this unexpected development, the MLA left the place much before the scheduled time. This incident has once again proved that the TRS leaders can't fool the people in the name of Telangana movement. No one will deny that there in strong sentiment, but that doesn't mean they are permitted to do whatever they want to. The people of the region willn't compromise on welfare and development issues. It's a lesson for TRS and other Telangana leaders!

TAGS : KTR, Telangana Movement, Karimnagar, TRS

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