CM has no moral right to criticize BJP : Kishan Reddy
Bharatiya Janata Party state president Kishan Reddy lambasted the chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for his...
Bharatiya Janata Party state president Kishan Reddy lambasted the chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy for his criticism against the BJP and said that he has no moral right to point his finger against BJP.A "Some ministers were in jail while some were out on bail and some more ministers were under the scanner of the CBI," he ridiculed.
He was on the way to participate in the election campaign in Karnataka and addressed the media here on Wednesday.A He said that the people were vexed with the regional parties and only vote for national parties in the next elections. "No more alliances during elections," he said.
Referring to the allotment of Bayyaram mines to the Vizag steel plant, he said that the chief minister was provoking people of both the regions.A The BJP leader said that Nagam Janardhana Reddy was invited to join the party, but he has to take the decision.A He demanded a review meeting with all-parties on drought conditions in the State in the presence of the respective district collectors.A He described the Sansad Yatra a grand success and said that the BJP would hold protest demonstrations throughout the State on May 4,5 on the corruption of the Congress party.
At Maktal, the BJP activists accorded a warm welcome to the BJP state president who was on his way to Karnataka. A Addressing party workers, he said that Narendra Modi would become the prime minister after 2014 general elections. A "Once the NDA assumed power at the Centre, Telangana state would be carved in a month," he said.
Recalling that the Karnataka chief minister was asked to resign when there were corruption allegations against him, he said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh did not resign when the Opposition parties demanded his resignation holding him responsible for coal scam.