Minister Harish Rao didn’t mince words as he criticized the BJP and Congress during a public rally in Husnabad.
He expressed his confidence in the upcoming Jamili elections and stated that no matter how many games the BJP plays, defeat is inevitable. Minister Harish Rao emphasized that KCR, who trusts the people, will undoubtedly secure victory.
Minister Harish Rao also took a swipe at the Congress party, accusing them of misleading the public with their daily declarations. He made these remarks while laying the foundation stone for several development projects in Husnabad.
During the lively public meeting that followed, Minister Harish Rao continued his criticism, this time targeting both the Congress and the BJP. He asserted that every household in the state benefits from the government’s development initiatives.
Taking a different approach, he noted that while Congress and BJP resort to insults, the BRS prioritizes assistance kits. Minister Harish Rao concluded by announcing that Chief Minister KCR is set to launch the Gauravelli project in the near future.
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Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday announced that the internet ban will be lifted in the state from today. The state government had imposed a ban on internet services in some districts of the strife-torn state after the ethnic clashes first erupted on May 3.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of an international cricket stadium in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi on Saturday.