Nizamabad: The TRS government had achieved a tremendous progress in the State in the past four years, but Congress leaders seemed to have gone blind to this and had been creating hurdles by filing against projects. Now, they had entered into coalition politics with the TDP for the money offered by its chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, said Peddapalli MP Balka Suman.
Suman on Friday participated in ‘Yuvajana Atmeeya Sammelanam’ held at ANG Gardens, Lakkora. Prior to this, TRS party leaders organised a massive bike rally from Kammarpally mandal headquarters to Lakkora with 5,000 youngsters and accorded a grand welcome to Suman. Balkonda TRS candidate Vemula Prashanth Reddy, former Speaker KR Suresh Reddy were also present.
On the occasion, Suman said people of the State were wishing to see K Chandrashekhar Rao as Chief Minister again, but opposition parties were trying their best stop this from happening by levelling false allegation against him and the TRS government.
The MP said the State government had been constructing irrigation projects to provide water to 1 crore acres apart from providing fine rice in welfare hostels, launching residential schools for students of BC, SC, ST and Minority communities.
The Congress government used to give only six hours of power for farm connection, which had now gone up to 24 hours under the TRS regime, said the MP. Earlier, fertilizers were used to be distributed in the police stations, Suman said and lashed out at the Congress and the TDP for resorting to firing on farmers who sought power and support price.