GHMC elections: Minister Kishan Reddy slams TRS government over his promises
22-11-2020 Sun 12:42
HYDERABAD: Bharatiya Janatha Party leader, Union Minister Kishan Reddy slammed the Telangana government for failing to fulfill the promises made to the people of Hyderabad in the past elections. Addressing the media conference, Minister Kishan Reddy expressed confidence that the BJP will clinch the victory in the upcoming GHMC elections. He asked the voters of GHMC to confront the TRS leader over the construction of double bedroom houses in the city.
He said that the TRS government promised the voters that they will construct double bedrooms houses for the poor in the city but failed to fulfill. He compared the TRS government ruling with a scene from Ahana Pellanta movie. He questioned CM KCR about his promises that he will make Hyderabad as Dallas and Istanbul.
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