Hyderabad, Sept.27 (Hydnow): BJP MLA Etala Rajender today ridiculed that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao remembers the people whenever there is an election in the State.
He was addressing a gathering at Nalgonda municipality. Etala took out a bike rally from Marriguda to the clock tower in the town. He also took part in Konda Laxman Babuji’s birth anniversary celebrations.
Speaking on the occasion, Etala said the CM talks about new schemes whenever there is an election in the State and added that KCR, who always stays at his farmhouse, came out keeping in view of the upcoming by-elections in the Munugodu Assembly constituency. He also claimed that the Chief Minister had spoken about new schemes after their party leader Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy quit his post.
He said the CM KCR wants to win the by-election in Munugodu at any cost and added that KCR was holding Dawar programs to influence the voters. He also demanded that the Chief Minister implement Dalit Bandhu and Girijan Bandhu schemes for eligible persons of the Munugodu Assembly constituency. He said the CM should take Munugodu as a pilot project and implement all its welfare programs. (Hydnow)
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