Voters To Elect Sujatha With Big Majority: FM Harish Rao
Hyderabad, Oct.7 (Maxim News): Upping ante,against the opposition parties for coming to villages only during polls Finance Minister T Harish Rao today asked the voters in Dubbaka segment to teach them a lesson.
His welcomed 3 MPTCs 500 leader’s activists of other parties into TRS fold and said that they support KCR government and Welfare schemes. As part of his campaigning for Dubbaka segment bypooll caused due to death of TRS MLA Solipeta Ramalinga Reddy, Harish said that the government is developing it in all fronts. TRS candidate Sujatha should get huge 1 lakh vote’s majority in the polls he said. Ramalinga Reddy done a great job of constructing 1000 houses for the poor, developed roads and others.
The minister said that he came for 10 times to the segment to attend several development programs. His widow S, Sujatha will work for continuing legacy left over by Ramalinga Reddy if we elect her in the polls Harish said The opposition parties have no other work except to blame the government, he expressed displeasure. The Congress and the BJP are aiming to blame the government on development programs. The people are aware of the opposition parties coming in the way if project and welfare and should reject them now.The BJP government at the centre launched the three agricultural acts against the interests of the farmers.The minister hit out at the Congress for trying to lure the voters as the BJP is doing so. The voters should deny the opposition parties are trying to stall development works he said.
The minister asked them to deny the Congress and the BJP in the coming polls.
The TRS government is offering 24 hours power to farm sector, while the previous congress rulers gave three hours power he said. The state government has been implementing several welfare schemes being followed by other states, Harish Rao said. The KCR government is noted for rythu bandhu, rythu bhima, kalyan lakshmi, shadi mubarak, pensions he said. The people will sure vote for the TRS candidates for continuous development he hoped. (Maxim News)