Kamareddy will see major changes and development in the coming years, according to BRS chief K Chandrashekar Rao. After filing nominations for the two constituencies at Gajwel and Kamareddy, he expressed his determination to make Kamareddy a prosperous place with industries, educational institutions, IT companies, and better irrigation facilities. He urged the people to consider these factors when deciding who to vote for.
KCR also criticized Revanth Reddy for his involvement in the cash-for-vote case, accusing him of trying to destabilize the BRS government. He urged the voters to choose wisely and teach a lesson to those who attempt to buy MLAs.
The BRS chief highlighted the neglect of Telangana by the BJP at the Centre. Despite writing numerous letters, Telangana was not given any Navodaya schools or colleges, while other states received these benefits. KCR urged the voters to question BJP leaders about this disparity during their campaign and to consider whether they deserve their votes.
KCR also mentioned the government’s efforts in providing benefits to the people of Telangana, such as canceling water cess and providing free power. He warned officials against collecting water cess from farmers and called upon the people to oppose Congress leaders for their opposition to the Dharani portal.
Overall, KCR emphasized his strong connection with Kamareddy and his determination to bring progress and prosperity to the constituency.