Telangana Congress working president Azharuddin addresses mediapersons at Gandhi Bhavan in Hyderabad on Monday.
Hyderabad: TPCC working president Mohammad Azharuddin said on Monday that if the UPA required the support of the TRS to from government at the Centre after the Lok Sabha elections, the Congress high command would look into it.
Speaking to mediapersons at Gandhi Bhavan on Monday, he said the mood was favourable for the Congress across the country. He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election campaign speeches were more about criticising former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi’s family than about the development brought by the NDA government in the last five years.
On the issue of the disused mosque at Amberpet, he alleged that the GHMC had illegally de-molished it. He said that the officials did not give respect to the mosque though it was very old.
He asked on what basis was the compensation paid to those who had occupied the Wakf property.
BJP candidate D. Arvind, son of TRS Rajya Sabha member D. Srinivas, defeated Ms Kavitha by 80,895 votes.
Nama Nageswara Rao won Khammam for the TRS against Ms Renuka Chowdary of the Congress with the majority of 1,68,062 votes.
Labour minister Ch. Malla Reddy’s son-in-law Marri Rajasekhar Reddy, again a fresh face, lost to TPCC working president A Revanth Reddy.
Cadres celebrate BJP’s unexpected performance in Telangana.
Rama Rao congratulated Modi for being elected as the PM for the second time.
The MIM chief asked how many Muslim candidates won from the BJP.
In Zaheerabad, the TRS’s B.B. Patil won by 6,229 votes or 0.60 per cent votes against the Congress’s E. Madan Mohan Rao.
In recent times, Mr Naidu has distanced himself from several political parties and bureaucrats.
Mr V. Vijaya Sai Reddy is considered as Mr Jagan Mohan Reddy’s man Friday.
This trend was more starkly visible in Odisha where the Biju Janata Dal retained power for an unprecedented fourth term.
The BJP had sought YSRC support in the event of falling short of majority to form government at the Centre.
2014, too, the state had only one woman MP: Ms Kavitha.