Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president Capt N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Saturday accused Telangana Rashtra Samithi leader and IT minister K T Rama Rao of indulging in cheap politics by making baseless allegations.
Interacting with the party workers over Facebook live programme, Uttam said KTR was making personal allegations against him while ignoring the fact that he had served the country as a fighter pilot of Indian Air Force.
"As an IAF fighter pilot, I've risked my life several times defending our country on Pakistan and China borders. TRS leaders have no stature to question my integrity and commitment towards people. We will give a befitting reply to all their allegations during the bus yatra," he announced.
Uttam advised party workers to gear up for next elections which might be held in December this year.
Referring to the complaints that KCR government was trying to suppress students using police force, the TPCC chief said Telangana had become a reality only due to sacrifices and struggle of students.
However, instead of rewarding those students with jobs, TRS Government is suppressing their voice through intimidation and anyone speaking against it is being implicated in false cases.
He said while a neighbouring State filled 12,000 teachers post, TRS Government did not fill even 12 vacancies of teachers during the last four years.
The youth should not worry about their future as the Congress party was all set to return to power in next elections.
He said besides filling up all vacancies and creating lakhs of new jobs in both private and public sector, the Congress Government would pay a monthly allowance of Rs. 3,000 to all jobless youth.