Hyderabad, Feb.11 (Hydnow): Congress MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy on Friday severely criticised Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for not visiting Bhongir for a long time.
Speaking to media persons here, Venkat Reddy said the Chief Minister visited Yadadri temple for 15 times so far to review the temple renovation, but not visited Bhongir even once, he lamented. The Bhongir MP demanded that the Chief Minister immediately release funds to the gram panchayats and municipalities in the district.
Stating that Chief Minister KCR advocating scrapping of Indian Constitution was not proper for him, Komatireddy demanded that the former withdraw his call for abolition of the Statute authored by Dr B R Ambedkar.
Pointing out that the Chief Minister had constructed Pragathi Bhavan without wasting a minute, he asked as to why KCR failed to install 125ft Ambedkar statue. The MP made it clear that they would attend the Chief Minister’s program in Bhongir peacefully on Saturday and apprise the Chief Minister of the problems of Alair and Bhongir constituencies. (Hydnow)
India records 3,205 new coronavirus cases along with 31 deaths in the last 24 hours, according to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
Heavy rains lashed several parts of Hyderabad during the wee hours of Wednesday. It is to mention here that the city from last few days have been witnessing occasional drizzles in different parts while the mercury levels remained high and above 40 degree Celsius.
Telangana Chief Minister Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) will tour Nalgonda district today to meet Nakirekal MLA Chirumarthi Lingaya as his father Narsimha (75) died a few days ago due to illness.
Telangana has been experiencing soaring temperatures across the state for the past few days.