Hyderabad, Oct.9 (Hydnow): Finance Minister T Harish Rao said that the Bandi Sanjay doesn’t have any issues to go for the Munugodu by-election and his cheap remarks were purely the part of diverting the attention of people.
Speaking at a press conference here on Sunday, Harish Rao along with Government Whip M S Prabhakar Rao, MLC V Gangadhar, and MLA Muta Gopal said that the TRS never indulged in such cheap tactics and it came to power twice only by winning the trust of people.
“It is a known fact that BJP leaders believe in Kshudra pujas, Black magic, and carrying of lemons and chilies. Varanasi University in Uttar Pradesh is also offering a course in Ghost medicine. It’s better for Bandi Sanjay to join the course to expertise in the subject,” Harish Rao remarked.
Stating that the BJP is trying to win the Munugodu by-election by spending a huge amount of money, Harish Rao said the TRS party has also informed that the BJP leaders have reportedly booked 200 Briza cars and 2,000 motorcycles from an agency to lure the local cadre in the Munugodu Assembly segment.
“The Munugodu by-election was forcefully brought by the BJP. The fight is between the self-respect of the Munugodu people and the selfishness of Rajagopal Reddy. People have already decided to teach a fitting lesson to Rajagopal despite the saffron party trying to lure the voters with money and other cheap tactics,” Harish Rao said. (Hydnow)
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