Mallapur | MLA Times | “BRS party Uppal constituency Uppal MLA candidate Bandari Lakshma Reddy will become the MLA for Uppal constituency, to continue the development endeavour said Telangana IT and Industry minister KT Rama Rao said while addressing Booth committee meeting held in Mallapur, of Uppal constituency on Thursday''. Municipal Administration Minister and BRS working president KT Rama Rao has said Telangana’s comprehensive development and all-encompassing welfare of its people under the visionary leadership of Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao in the last nine-and-a-half years will catapult the BRS to a third successive victory in the November 30 Assembly elections.
The minister said, each BRS worker should visit 25 houses in the constituency in the next 25 days and explain to the people about the Telangana government’s welfare and development programmes, he added. Addressing party workers at Mallapur division, under Uppal constituency here on Thursday said party leaders and cadres to work with the objective of securing a majority against rival parties in every polling booth of Uppal assembly constituency. Minister KTR told BRS candidate Bandari Lakshma Reddy to win in Uppal constituency,
The Minister KTR said before 2014 during the Congress tenure, industrialists in the neighbouring Cherlapally had staged protests demanding power supply. They had even approached the Congress government that they were prepared to bear additional charges for power but could not bear two power holidays a week. Similar was the case with drinking water supply, which was supplied once in a fortnight, he said.
Uppal-Narapally flyover showcases the difference between K Chandrashekhar Rao’s government, which constructed 35 flyovers and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, which is struggling to complete the Uppal and Amberpet flyovers, Rama Rao said amidst cheers from the gathering. Slamming the Congress for its opportunistic politics, the BRS working president said local MP and TPCC president Revanth Reddy was never bothered about the public’s woes. The Congress leader was neither in sight during the floods nor any emergency situation, he said.
Industries Minister KT Rama Rao said not just south film stars, but Bollywood star Sunny Doel, who was a BJP MP as well, was among those who hailed Hyderabad’s growth and wanted to settle down in the city. Telugu actress Laya, who was living in the United States, when she returned to Hyderabad recently, said Los Angeles was no match to the city, the Minister said, adding that many corporate companies were certifying that Hyderabad was emerging as a global city.
Apart from extending infrastructure facilities, the BRS government in Telangana had focused on ensuring peace and harmony. There were no Andhra-Telangana panchayat or Hindu-Muslim clashes in the last 9.5 years, he said. In the last few years, Uppal had undergone metamorphosis. There used to be chaos at Uppal crossroads and to address the traffic woes, the State government constructed a skywalk at the junction. But the Centre’s NHAI did not consider the appeal to let the State government construct the Uppal-Narapally flyover, which was still being executed at snail’s pace, the Minister said.