Hyderabad, Oct.19 (Hydnow): BJP Leader Etela Rajender today slammed rival ruling TRS party leaders and said that the ruling Party leaders were indulging in cheap politics by blaming him for the suspension of the implementation of Dalitha Bandhu scheme.
He dared the ruling party leaders if they were able to provide that he was responsible for the suspension of the implementation of the dalitha bandhu scheme .
He alleged that the ruling party leaders were levelling allegations against him as they don’t have the will to implement the scheme across the state. He made these remarks while addressing a gathering during his election campaign.
He said that his victory was a foregone conclusion in the constituency. He alleged that CM KCR would make promises during elections and forget about them after the elections. He criticised that CM KCR would talk about SCs and job notifications whenever they are elections in the state.
Referring to the allegations made by state Finance Minister T. Harish Rao that he had kept his eye on the CM’s post, he said that the people of his constituency would respond to the allegations of Rao.
He said that his continuous visits of hospitals during Covid virus pandemic period had angered Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. (Hydnow)
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