Indrakaran Reddy Vision for Telangana’s Development: Why Re-Elect Him as Your Choice for Progress

Indrakaran Reddy

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Nirmal, Telangana: Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) candidate from Nirmal, Allola Indrakaran Reddy, urged electors to re-elect him on Thursday. He campaigned in Vasthavapur village in Mamada mandal and told voters that only the BRS could continue the state’s development.

Reddy asked voters to compare the development that has taken place in the last nine and a half years to what happened before 2014. He said that tribal hamlets have been converted into gram panchayats, rural areas have been provided with blacktop roads, drainage systems, and round-the-clock drinking water, and uninterrupted power is being supplied to the agriculture sector.

Reddy also said that land titles have been given to tribals who were tilling forest lands, and that the government has implemented schemes such as Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bheema, crop loan waiver, Aasara pensions, and subsidized bore wells. He said that no household in Telangana has been left out of these initiatives, and that all sections of society have been covered.

Reddy ridiculed the Congress and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for seeking votes from electors, saying that they never tour villages. He asked voters to point out to the two parties whether the welfare schemes extended by Telangana have been implemented in states ruled by them. He advised voters not to trust the fake promises and statements of the Opposition parties.

Reddy said that the BRS manifesto is a boon to the poor, and that he will keep all of his promises if the party is voted into power. He urged electors to cast their votes for BRS candidates if they want continuity of the growth and welfare schemes.

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