Will Quit Politics If Charges Are Proven: TRS MP Kavitha

30 Aug, 2018 18:13 IST|Sakshi
TRS MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha

Nizamabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leader and Lok Sabha member from Nizamabad Kalvakuntla Kavitha said that she would quit politics if the Congress party leaders proved that the government allocated funds less than Rs 2,000 crore for developmental works in any of the constituencies in the State. Speaking to media here today, she said that she was unaware of the possibility of advancement of Legislative Assembly elections.

Kavitha added that the TRS was given a clear mandate by the people of the State, she warned the Opposition leaders against leveling baseless allegations against the government.

MP Kavitha said that the TRS party would take legal action against the false allegations. "The Congress leaders fear defeat in the elections. In 2014, the TRS was given a mandate to rule the State. We will win with a grand majority whenever elections are held," she asserted.

The Opposition leaders are hungry for power, but they are not concerned about public welfare, she remarked. Asked about the Opposition parties' allegation over misuse of RTC buses for mobilization of general public to the Pragathi Nivedana Sabha, she said that the TRS party was renting out the RTC buses.

"If the Opposition leaders go to Court on this issue, they will have to face the Court's wrath," she commented. The ruling TRS party is set to convene a huge public meeting 'Pragathi Nivedana Sabha,' in the outskirts of Hyderabad, at Kongara Kalan, on September 2.

The TRS MP felt that it was happy to hear about the Centre's approval for the formation of the new zonal system in the State. The new system will help the government by ensuring administrative convenience and fair allotment of jobs to aspirants in their respective zones.

The Centre today gave its nod for the formation of seven zones and two multi zones in Telangana. Also, the Centre began taking measures for the bifurcation of the Hyderabad High Court.

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