KCR Will Be CM, TDP Will Rule: Slip Of Tongue By Home Minister

Telangana Home Minister Nayana Narasimha Reddy has said by mistake that the TDP will in power in Telangana for ten years. It was a slip of tongue and he corrected himself immediately.

Hyderabad: It is common for political leaders to have slip of tongue in a flow when addressing media. Same thing happened in Telangana state when Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy had a press meet on Monday. Yes, he did it again, this time by saying TDP will rule Telangana for 10 years. Surprise! Don’t worry, it is a slip of tongue by HM, instead of saying TRS will rule , he uttered TDP.

In a flow, HM Nayini said that KCR will be CM for Telangana and TDP will rule the state. He immediately came to know that he committed a mistake and rectified the statement that TRS will rule.

He further said that Rahul Gandhi’s tour will not impact TRS and it will not gain power as it expected. Even if Sonia Gandhi tours Telangana, there will be no impact on the result in 2019 elections, And surely TRS will emerge as winner, Nayani felt.

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Another “slip of tongue” by Vijay Goel

New Delhi: Sports Minister Vijay Goel does it again. This time after PM Narendra Modi’s congratulatory meeting with Rio Olympics medal winners for their stellar performance.

Vijay Goel briefed the media after the meeting on Sunday.

“PM Modi today met with Khel Ratna, Dhyaanchand and Dronacharya awardees. The sports persons also included our two Rio gold medalists PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik,” Mr Goel was heard saying on camera.

Later Mr Goel explained it as a “slip of tongue”, but his statement went viral on Twitter – accompanied by jokes and comments.

Mr Goel is no stranger to these types of comments.  Earlier he misspelled names to confuse athletes and almost got his accreditation cancelled for alleged rude behaviour during Rio Olympics.

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