Harish Rao Slams Eatala Rajender

Hyderabad, Aug.11 (Maxim News): Finance Minister T Harish Rao today lashed out at BJP Leader Etela Rajender for making derogatory remarks against the Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. He said that Rajender feared the defeat in the polls as the TRS is set to win for development.

The Minister took serious exception to Rajender for his accusations on the Chief Minister. Rajender who learnt everything from the Chief Minister and became Minister and enjoyed all posts and powers is now making the bad comments against KCR, he deplored.

Despite such false charges and derogatory remarks, I call Rajender with respect who opposed Dalit Bandhu and Rythu Bandhu.

He was addressing a development program at Veenavanka in Karimnagar district here along with SC Welfare Minister Koppula Eshwar and BC Welfare Minister Kamalakar and local leaders.

After joining the BJP, Rajender is trying to talk in bad language to target the TRS and its leadership, Harish opposed. Only with fear of defeat in the by-election in Huzurabad segment, Rajender is making such comments, Harish said. The Ministers each got 4000 houses from the Chief Minister and also speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy he said. I will construct houses for the poor in the segment and people support the TRS for development, he said.

With several programs villages and towns are getting a facelift with more facilities and funds being used, he claimed.

We will construct buildings for women groups in the segment and sanctioned Rs 4 cr for the purpose, he announced. Harish Rao gave Rs 4 cr cheques to the women on the occasion and asked them to support the TRS for pensions, KCR Kits, Rythu Bandhu, Dali Bandhu and other schemes.

Eshwar said that Rs 4 cr cheques to the women groups to have buildings to participate in development programs. The people have to support the KCR leadership and the government in the polls for more development and welfare, he added. (Maxim News)

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