FM Harish Rao Slams Etala Rajender

Hyderabad, July 15 (Maxim News): Finance Minister T Harish Rao today hit out at former Minister Eatala Rajender for trying to dump his own party. No injustice was done to Rajender in the government and the party as he enjoyed all posts he remarked.

Addressing a program of the TRS the Minister expressed serious displeasure at Rajender for trying to become Chief Minister when K Chandrasekhar Rao is alive. Harish Rao took serious exception to Rajender for his comments against the cabinet and welfare schemes for farmers and people. He asked Rajender to come out clear what loss incurred to him in the party. The minister denied comments of losing self respect which is only deceiving others.

The Finance Minister slammed Rajender for continuing to make false charges on the government. He spread falsehood on the chief minister and the schemes like Rythu Bandhu, Bhima, and others. The schemes are aimed to provide timely services to people of various sections, he claimed. The TRS Government led by the chief minister is doing miracles in the agriculture and irrigation sectors. We achieved better financial growth despite corona incurred heavy losses, Harish Rao said. The minister said that the TRS will win the Huzurabad by-poll whenever polls are held. The TRS leadership is strong and the people will support the KCR government. The Huzurabad people will not support the BJP candidate or the congress which are spreading falsehood, he hoped. The Minister said that the welfare and development will continue despite opposition creating hurdles.

Rajender is making bad comments on the Chief Minister and the government will not workout in favour of the BJP. The BJP and the Congress are going to lose the battle in the by-polls.

Harish Rao slammed the BJP leader for talking against the KCR regime on irrigation projects and development programs. The BJP will lose its fight and the TRS will win the by-polls, he added. (Maxim News)

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