Hyderabad, Oct.24 (Maxim News): TPCC president N. Uttam Kumar Reddy today said that the chief minister k. Chandrasekhar Rao of the state would be reminded of his election promises after facing a defeat in the upcoming by-elections for Dubbaka Assembly constituency.
Referring to the announcement of the CM on the purchase of maize from farmers and provision of DA to the state government employees, he said that it was the victory of the people of Dubbaka. He mocked that the CM who has compared the employees of the state as the tail of a dog , was now forced to announce the DA for them. He also said that the CM who asked the farmers to not cultivate maize crop by stating that they are available for ₹1200 per quintal, had announced that the state government would buy the maize crop for ₹1850 per quintal. He told the people that the CM would fulfill many of his unfulfilled promises if his party was defeated in the by-elections.
He said that the Dalits would get land, double bedroom houses , Aarogyasri scheme and reservations to muslims and tribals after the defeat of the TRS party in the by-elections. He alleged that the CM was trying to show that he was doing good for the farmers and the employees by keeping in view of the by-elections acting added that the victory of the congress party in Dubbaka would be big turn in the politics of the state. Reddy conveyed Batukamma and Dasara festival greetings to the women of the state. (Maxim News)