Hyderabad, Nov.9 (Hydnow): Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today stated that TRS Government is committed for all round development of the state. He accused the congress and BJP leaders of failing to see development.
Participating in Kama Reddy district with Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy ,KTR said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is for welfare of the poor and needy and development of the state.
The Minister hit out at the opposition parties for coming in the way of development. While leaders of other states are praising our schemes like Kalyan Lakshmi, Rythu bandhu, bhima, pensions, KCR kits and others, the congress and BJP leaders are blind to see them, KTR slammed.
He said that KCR not became soft after becoming chief minister and will show his actual figure of statehood movement. We will be strengthened to rule for next 20 years, KTR said.
The Minister said that those who are earning can spend back to their hometowns and native villages. The Congress and BJP leaders not able to see development he fumed.
The people will teach the opposition parties a lesson for stalling growth, KTR said.
KTR condemned the opposition charges as false and vowed for development. Despite opposition parties false charges, the TRS Government will go ahead for Welfare and development, he reiterated. We will win the hearts of the people despite losing a poll. (Hydnow)
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