Union Minister G Kishan Reddy Slams KCR
After Vizag Steel Plant Privatisation Issue Flares up

Union Minister for Tourism, Culture & Development Of North Eastern Region, G Kishan Reddy, attacked CM KCR on Sunday, asking whether KCR has any moral right to talk over the Vishakhapatnam steel plant privatization matter while taking a swipe at Telangana CM.
Union Minister said that the BRS party has failed to meet the poll promises they had made in their manifesto during the last 2018 election campaign. According to the honorable Minister, Chief Minister KCR had promised that in 100 days, they would open Nizam sugar factory, but it remains to be still closed for the last 9 years now. Taking a dig at BRS Chief over failing to meet the promises, Mt. Reddy added, "Does KCR have the moral right to talk regarding the Vizag steel plant?"
While talking in the press conference, G Kishan Reddy extended his attack on the CM KCR and his party. He highlighted that, on the one hand, the BRS party is staging a demonstration against the privatization issue; on the other hand, they claim to buy the Vishakhapatnam steel plant.
"When PM Narendra Modi came to Hyderabad, Telangana to inaugurate development works for Telangana, the Kalvakuntla family, and BRS party organized protests saying that Singareni is being privatized. First, they are staging protests about privatization, and on another side, they say that they will buy the Vizag steel plant," he added.