BJP MP Laxman criticized Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for breaking his promise to provide jobs to every household in the state. Laxman stated that there are about three lakh vacancies in various departments, but the state government has not filled any of them. He also mentioned that schools are closing down due to unfilled teacher vacancies, and unemployed youth are forced to migrate to towns for work.
Laxman highlighted a recent protest by the BJP against the suicide of an unemployed woman named Pravalika. He claimed that cases were filed against him illegally for organizing the protest. He also mentioned that despite 20 lakh unemployed people registering for jobs, the state government has not provided any employment opportunities, leaving the youth deceived.
Laxman expressed his belief that the ruling party leaders will be punished by the people in the upcoming assembly elections. He criticized the state government for disregarding promises such as a Dalit chief minister, double bedroom houses, farmers’ loan waiver, unemployment allowance, podu land pattas, reservation for tribals, and abolition of contract system.
Laxman accused the Congress party, BRS, and MIM parties of conspiring to prevent PM Narendra Modi from becoming Prime Minister again. He claimed that they were misleading the public by suggesting that BRS and BJP were the same party. He urged voters to remember that Congress and TRS had previously worked together and that several MLAs who won from Congress later joined BRS. He also claimed that efforts were being made to include BRS in the INDIA alliance under the instructions of the Congress party high command.
Laxman acknowledged that BJP only had four MPs and one MLA in Telangana but emphasized that the central government had provided Rs 9 lakh crore to the state. He listed various development projects undertaken by the central government, including the Turmeric Board, Tribal University, Telangana Liberation Day organization, science city, UNESCO recognition for Ramappa temple, approval for RRR, railway budget funds, Secunderabad railway station development, Ramagundam fertilizer factory, Vande Bharat trains, new highways, and AIIMS.