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    BRS MLA and former minister Harish Rao criticized the Congress party for not fulfilling its promises to the people of the State even after 191 days in power. He took to Twitter to express his disappointment, pointing out that the Congress had pledged to implement certain promises within 100 days of taking office, but had failed to do so.

    Harish Rao highlighted examples of other states where immediate actions were taken by the Chief Ministers to benefit the people. He mentioned that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had increased pensions, and Odisha Chief Minister Mohan Charan Majhi had raised the minimum support price of rice. Harish Rao urged the Congress government to follow suit and increase pensions for old-age people, widows, and disabled persons, as well as provide bonuses for the entire paddy crop.

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    He emphasized the importance of fulfilling the promises made in the election manifesto and urged the government to take immediate action to improve the lives of the people. Harish Rao called on the Congress government to open its eyes and prioritize the well-being of the citizens by implementing the promised measures without further delay.

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