Fuel Prices: Jagadish Reddy Slams PM Modi

Hyderabad, March 8 (Maxim News): Electricity Minister G Jagadish Reddy today slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Centre for increasing fuel prices and  supporting corporate companies and said that the TRS candidates will win the MLC polls. Despite any conspiracies by the opposition parties the ruling party will win Nalgonda and Hyderabad graduate MLC seats with support of the employees and graduates, he claimed.

He was addressing an election preparatory program at his Suryapet district here. Accusing the opposition parties of hatching conspiracies against the ruling party Jagadish Reddy said that the TRS will sure win the polls. The minister wooed that the employees play a key role in implementing welfare and development programs in the state. With their active involvement and support the KCR Government is able to implement the schemes successfully he claimed. The minister further claimed that the development and welfare are two eyes of the government and reaching out to the unreached and the target groups and communities. With the active involvement of the employees and the officials we are succeeding in our efforts for new programs in addition to the existing ones, he said.

BJP and the Congress are carrying out misinformation campaigns during polls he charged. Despite their conspiracies to blame the government the educated and employees will not support the opposition parties he said. The TRS will win the

Fuel Prices: Jagadish Reddy Slams PM Modi
Fuel Prices: Jagadish Reddy Slams PM Modi

polls and people will support us to resolve the issues.

While the common man income declined during BJP rule as it over burdened the people with steep rise in fuel and gas charges he charged. The minister further alleged that Modi helped only Ambani, Adani and such corporate companies. (Maxim News)

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