Minister for IT KT Rama Rao inaugurated the IT hub and unveiled a women’s community hall in Suryapet/Nalgonda. He spoke about the improvement in electricity supply under BRS’s leadership. KTR also distributed 2 BHK houses and Dalit Bandhu cheques to beneficiaries.
In his speech, KTR criticized the Congress party and accused them of making empty promises. He compared the BJP to Nathuram Godse, Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin, and described his own party, BRS, as the heirs of Mahatma Gandhi. KTR warned people not to be fooled by the Congress party’s tactics and called them a “cunning old fox.” He also challenged MP Komatireddy Venkat Reddy to experience the power supply situation firsthand by holding an electric wire.
KTR mocked the Congress party’s allegations and asked if people would vote for a “thief caught in the banknote case.” He questioned the audacity of the Congress party in seeking another chance to govern after having 11 opportunities in the past. KTR praised Minister Jagadish Reddy for his efforts in developing the Suryapet constituency. He highlighted instances of infrastructure issues and corruption scandals under the Congress party’s rule.
KTR proudly shared the achievements of the BRS government, including their support for farmers through the Rythu Bandhu scheme and the provision of Aasara pensions to 46 lakh people. He responded to Modi’s comment about “family rule” by embracing it and asserting that their family represents the farmers and is the heir of Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy.
In another event, KTR, Minister Jagadish Reddy, and MLA Kancharla Bhupal Reddy participated in foundations and inaugurated projects worth Rs 915 crores. These projects aimed at improving infrastructure and amenities in the region, including an IT hub, college building, marketplaces, and road improvements.
At a public meeting in Nalgonda, KT Ramarao highlighted the progress made under BRS’s leadership and called for continued support from the people. He promised further development and welfare for all sections of society if they are elected for a third time.