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TRS can enter Andhra to ‘politically stop working Naidu’ if needed: KTR

Hyderabad: With Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP president N. Chandrababu Naidu crusade sharply against Telangana’s ruling TRS in Hyderabad, the latter yesterday warned that it’ll hit back by taking the fight to his state.
Telangana Chief Minister and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K. Chandrashekhar Rao’s son and cupboard minister K. T. avatar Rao aforementioned if necessary, TRS can enter Andhra Pradesh to “politically stop working Naidu”.
KTR, because the young TRS leader is popularly famous, told an election rally in Hyderabad that once the time comes, “they can teach a lesson” to Naidu. KTR aforementioned through the Federal Front projected to be shaped by KCR, they might show their strength in Andhra Pradesh. He was indicating at an anti-TDP front, which can be headed by a principal opposition party, the YSR Congress.
The YSR Congress, that isn’t contesting Telangana elections, has extended its support to TRS.
Rama Rao alleged that once Naidu was hatching conspiracies in Hyderabad, they drove him away to Amaravati (the coming capital of Andhra Pradesh). “I am assured during this election, Telangana folks can keep at bay Chandrababu Naidu and his party out of the state,” he said.
Elections to 119-member Telangana Assembly will be on December seven. The TDP, a constituent of Congress-led People’s Front, is contesting thirteen seats.
KTR’s attack on Naidu came because of the TDP chief intense his election campaign in Hyderabad. projected himself as the creator of Cyberabad, the knowledge technology district in Hyderabad, Naidu is targeting TRS for its “misrule”.
He conjointly declared that Hyderabad is well connected to the remainder of the planet and has economic and political stability, that makes the town the favourite destination for world corporations.

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