KTR undertakes padayatra in Secunderabad Lok Sabha segment

BRS working president KTR predicted that central minister and Secunderabad MP Kishan Reddy will lose in the upcoming parliament elections. KTR criticized Kishan Reddy, stating that he has done nothing for the constituency in the last five years.

KTR said that Kishan Reddy hasn’t brought a single rupee or initiated any development activity for the city of Hyderabad or the state of Telangana. KTR also recalled that Kishan Reddy was rejected by the Amberpet assembly constituency and accidentally became a Member of Parliament from the Secunderabad Lok Sabha constituency.

Due to his failures as an MP, KTR stated that he is going to lose this election. KTR dared Kishan Reddy to present his development and achievement report card to the people of the Secunderabad constituency and ask for votes in the election if he had the guts.

KTR also requested the voters of Secunderabad to support the BRS party in the Parliament elections. He reminded the city voters about the 360-degree development of Hyderabad during their last ten years in power. KTR expressed his confidence in the voters of Hyderabad, believing that they would again support the BRS party with overwhelming support.

During his pada yatra conducted in the Amberpet constituency, KTR interacted with a large number of people and requested their support. He also urged voters to support BRS party candidate Padma Rao Goud, as he is one of the senior Telangana agitators who has significantly contributed to strengthen the Telangana movement in Hyderabad.

KTR also reminded the people of Secunderabad that instead of voting for leaders who make regular visits to high commands in Delhi, they should vote for Padma Rao, who is always available in the constituency.

Highlighting Padma Rao’s pivotal role as a senior Telangana agitator and his significant contributions to the Telangana movement’s strength in Hyderabad. He encouraged voters to prioritize accessible and dedicated leadership embodied by Goud over leaders who maintain distant ties to central commands in Delhi.