Hanamkonda lagging behind in development under BRS rule: Congress

Warangal: Hanamkonda City, the state’s second-largest largest after Hyderabad, is lagging behind in terms of development because of the inability of the BRS public representatives alleged the Congress candidate for Warangal West assembly segment, Naini Rajendar Reddy, here on Thursday.

Before filing the nominations, Rajendar Reddy led a huge rally from Thousand
Pillars Temple to the collectorate in Hanamkonda.

Addressing the rally, Rajendar alleged that the BRS government played with the lives of the unemployed youths, who had faced a lot of hardships and many sacrificed their lives during the Telangana statehood agitation. “This the government failed to conduct the competitive examination for recruitments to
the government in a proper manner,” he alleged.

“Without sanctioning fees reimbursement to the students and extending the
corporation loans to the BC, SC, and ST communities, without distributing even a single double bedroom house, without sanctioning a single ration card, without giving new pensions, what kind of development has the BRS government brought about? The ruling party must explain this to the people,” he said.

Rajendar Reddy said the people of Telangana were deeply disappointed under
the BRS rule. “This government is adopting anti-people policies under the
dictatorship of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao,” he said.

“Even though the people elected BRS MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhaskar four times, he did not take up any developmental work in the Warangal West constituency.
There is no sign of an underground drainage system. Even with mild rainfall, the colonies are getting inundated with floodwater. Kakatiya University was ruined with the play of politics there.”

“Not only government lands but private lands too are grabbed. Wherever the
BRS party leaders see an empty land they grab it. By boasting that the historic Hanamkonda city will be developed on the lines of Dallas, the BRS government deceived the people and drove the tri-cities Hanamkonda, Warangal, and Kazipet into darkness,” the Congress candidate said.

He added, “After the formation of the next government, the Congress party will not only fulfill the six guarantees it made to the people but also distribute double-bedroom houses and sanction higher pensions along with taking up developmental works.”

He urged the people to “think wisely and give a chance to the Congress this time” by electing its candidates.

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