Union Minister JP Nadda on Saturday said that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao went for early polls in the state as he was afraid of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"KC Rao is afraid of Prime Minister Modi and went for early polls. But I have a belief that Telangana public will teach him a lesson in December," he said.
"KC Rao is not bothered about the people of Telangana. He never cares about the development of the state. He just thinks about the development of his family. He has forgotten the sacrifices made by the people for the formation of Telangana state," he added.
Nadda further said Rao has not even allowed the funds provided by the central government for the welfare of poor people.
"If Telangana people want to see development in the state as Prime Minister Modi is developing in the Centre, the Bharatiya Janata Party should form a government in Telangana," he added.
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