Hyderabad, July 14 (Hydnow): Congress MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy today laid the foundation stone for the construction of a CC road at Brahmana Vellamla of Narketpalli Mandal of Nalgonda district at a cost of ₹25 lakh. He also inaugurated a mineral water plant.
Speaking on the occasion, he alleged that KCR was not completing the Brahmanla Vellamla project to take revenge on him as it would bring him fame and added that the project would have been completed had he joined the ruling TRS party while noting that he would have also got a minister’s post.
He said the project did not get a single drop of water despite incessant rains for five consecutive days. He alleged that the CM had looted public money of ₹1.5 lakh crore in the name of the construction of the Kaleswaram lift irrigation project.
He demanded that the Chief Minister complete the Brahmanla Vellamla project at least now. He made it clear that water should be given to places that don’t have water facilities.
Referring to a survey used by the BJP, he made it clear that the Congress party would always have the love of the people of the State and added that the people had made up their minds to vote for them while noting that the people have decided yo repay a debt to the Congress party for creating the separate State.
He said he would campaign for the party as a star campaigner and added that he would work hard for bringing back the Congress party to power.
He said the Congress party would win all the 12 Assembly segments in the Nalgonda district and added that the surveys conducted by them said the same. (Hydnow)
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