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Kavitha Criticizes Uttam Kumar Over Dynasty Politics:- Nizamabad Member of Parliament (MP) K Kavitha on Friday mocked TPCC (Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee) President N Uttam Kumar Reddy for accusing the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) of indulging in dynasty politics when he himself had secured ticket for his wife Padmavathi Reddy to contest the Assembly elections.
Kavitha challenged him to make his wife retreat from the election fray.
"Congress leaders distributed tickets to their kith and kin. Their own party leaders are accusing the senior leadership over seat allotments especially over seats given to the Backward Classes. If there is any moral left in the TPCC president, he must make his wife withdraw her nomination and set an example rather than accusing others of dynasty politics," she said during an informal interaction with media persons at Telangana Bhavan.
Kavitha ascertained that the Congress and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) grew an abrupt fondness for Andhra natives who are living in Hyderabad and other parts of Telangana State just ahead of the elections.
She pointed out that while Kusuma Kumar was granted the post of third working president in TPCC, TDP proposed to field Nandamuri Harikrishna's daughter Suhasini from Kukatpally constituency.
"But none of their vote-bank politics will have any impact on the voters in the State. Despite their nativity, people are aware of the welfare and development programmes being implemented by the TRS government. They will vote for TRS and get their elected representatives to work for them," she added.
The Nizamabad MP was curious to see Congress president Rahul Gandhi and TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu share the same stage to campaign in the State.
She said people were ready to teach an appropriate lesson to the Congress and wipe out the TDP in the State without any rural and urban divide.
She stated that TRS had become stronger in south Telangana and would secure all Assembly seats in the erstwhile districts of Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda.
"In fact, we need not wonder if TRS crosses the 100 seat mark," Kavitha said.
She seemed confident of winning Jagityal constituency and gifting the victory to her father and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.