Rahul Gandhi Will Be The Next Prime Minister Of India: Uttam

Rahul Gandhi Will Be The Next Prime Minister Of India Uttam

Hyderabad, May 10: Irrigation and Civil Supplies Minister Uttam Kumar Reddy said that Congress scion Rahul Gandhi will be the next Prime Minister of India as people are in favour of the Congress-led Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA).

Speaking at the “Meet the Press” program organised by the Telangana Union of Working Journalists (TUWJ) at Basheerbagh Press Club in Hyderabad on Friday, Uttam Kumar Reddy said that the indications coming from already completed three phases of elections and signals from the remaining four phases of polls, clearly indicated that INDIA coalition’s victory with Rahul Gandhi poised to become the next Prime Minister.

Uttam Kumar Reddy strongly condemned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constant criticism of the Nehru-Gandhi family, emphasizing that their sacrifices for India should be respected. Former TPCC president remarked that after the death of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, the Nehru-Gandhi family did not hold any official position. Still, Modi is targeting Rahul Gandhi and his family only to gain political mileage by undermining the family’s sacrifices.

Uttam Kumar Reddy criticized the Modi government for undermining the parliamentary system, pointing out that it had suspended many MPs without proper cause and passed important bills without due debate. He remarked that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had transformed India into a “Banana Republic.” He also expressed fear that parliamentary democracy would be at risk if the BJP retained power.

He noted that none of Modi’s promises, including the provision of Minimum Support Price (MSP) and housing for all by 2022, had been fully implemented. He criticized the Modi government for selling public sector enterprises to private companies and attempting to divide the country along communal lines.

Uttam Kumar Reddy asserted that the BJP had no moral right to ask for votes in Telangana. He cited unfulfilled promises in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act, including a railway coach factory in Qazipet, a steel plant in Bayyaram, and a tribal university. He added that the cancellation of the Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) from Hyderabad further underscored the BJP’s neglect of the state.

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