Telangana Rastra Samithi leader and Minister K T Rama Rao had several reasons to scare people of his state ahead of elections about the Mahakutami, the combine of the Congress, Telugu Desam Party and the Telangana Jana Samithi. He finds that the Telangana State and people would face several difficulties if this alliance is voted to power.
The TRS leader, perhaps the future chief minister of the State, is finding himself in countering the Kutami than speaking about his own party. He had first said that the Telangana would go into the hands of the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu if the Kutami is voted to power. And now, he says that the State and people would have greater problems with the Kutami coming to power.
These statements give scope for the people to think about his fears of losing power and the Kutami winning. The Minister, who is expected to talk about his own party and carry the voters along, is projecting the Kutami as a strong force and reveals his fears of the Kutami coming to power.
KTR is more worried about the possibilities of Chandrababu Naidu wielding power in the State and is projecting the Andhra Pradesh chief minister as big villain. He leaves the local Congress leaders, the main opposition untouched as he focuses more on the TDP, a minor player in the Mahakutami. By projecting Chandrababu Naidu and targeting him more, the TRS leader is seen in the most uncomfortable position.
His repeated comments against Chandrababu Naidu make people to think whether the impending elections are fought between Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao and Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu. KTR finds Chandrababu Naidu as a strong and potential rival in TS than the Congress and this exposes the TRS fears.
By projecting Chandrababu Naidu as the key rival in the TS, Minister KTR had listed out the impending dangers, particularly on the river water distribution and the irrigation projects. It is to be seen how the people would take his fears and see Chandrababu Naidu as the rival than the Congress here.