The Congress party has promised to grant national status to the Palamuru Rangareddy project once they come into power. This announcement was made by Former Minister and AICC Secretary, Dr G Chinnareddy, during a press meet at the AICC office in the district. He stated that the Congress manifesto, released on Friday, has created a stir in the political landscape.
Chinnareddy, along with Congress party MLA candidate Tudi Meghareddy, emphasized the party’s commitment to uplifting the region. He also highlighted the positive impact of the Congress manifesto on voter turnout, with a notable two percent increase in the State. Chinnareddy attributed this surge to the promises outlined in the manifesto.
During the press conference, Chinnareddy criticized the current administration for neglecting the welfare of farmers. He specifically mentioned the alleged concealment of logbooks related to the 24-hour electricity promise and demanded an explanation from Telangana party leaders.
Shifting focus, Chinnareddy discussed educational initiatives and praised the KCR government for bringing schools to 6,000 villages across the state. However, he pledged that under Congress leadership, the focus would be on creating job opportunities. The party promised to generate two lakh jobs and fill 25,000 teacher positions. Chinnareddy also assured the continuation of the old pension scheme for teachers and comprehensive support for journalists, including housing, under their administration.
The event was attended by election observer BV Mohan, along with various party leaders and key figures.