With the Telangana state Assembly elections slated to be held in less than six months to go, the ruling BRS party is going on with full steam. Utilising the ongoing decennial celebrations of state formation, the party could showcase its achievements in various spheres of life- both welfare and development.
Three people are working tirelessly for now – Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, IT Minister KT Rama Rao and Finance Minister T Harish Rao. They are seen at one or other programs across the state every day. They took up the responsibility on their shoulders and are leaving no stone unturned.
Indeed, the BRS has much to claim and seek votes from the people once again. “Is it not true that you are getting free round-the-clock power? Is it not true that you are getting safe drinking water at your doorstep? Is it not true that all villages are abundant with water brimming in tanks and canals? Mr KT Rama Rao has been posing to the people wherever he addressed the public meeting. KTR is belting out the facts and figures which are indisputable. The amount spent on each welfare scheme during the past nine years – be it Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Beema, Kalyana Lakshmi, Shaadi Mubarak and so on. He also focused more on telling people how the BRS government toiled to attract global and domestic investments to take the IT industry to the next level and how local youth got lucrative jobs.
Meanwhile, Mr Harish Rao has been telling people about welfare schemes and how KCR toiled for a separate Telangana and what he did after achieving it in the past nine years. He has been telling people how the health sector was transformed. “There are times when people refused to go to government hospitals because of the anti-people atmosphere there. Now they are eager to go to the government hospital, thanks to CM KCR for his vision. The hospitals were improved with new buildings, equipment and staff. The schemes such as KCR kits, KCR nutrition, free ambulance services and others made people trust the government services at hospitals,” he goes on.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on his part is very articulate and speaks at the wavelength of the common man. He distinguishes between the rule of Congress, TDP, BJP and the BRS and what each party did to the people. Mr KCR’s speech is like a spell and its magic never wears down as people listen to him in rapt attention and cheer whenever he came up with an adage.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao