Hyderabad: TRS will win majority seats in GHMC polls says Ex-MP Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy

Former MP and TRS leader Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy welcoming a leader into the TRS party in Hyderabad on Monday
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Former MP and TRS leader Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy welcoming a leader into the TRS party in Hyderabad on Monday

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Asserting that the development of Hyderabad is possible only with the TRS government, former MP and TRS leader Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy appealed to the people to vote for TRS candidates for the development of the city in a big way

Hyderabad: Asserting that the development of Hyderabad is possible only with the TRS government, former MP and TRS leader Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy appealed to the people to vote for TRS candidates for the development of the city in a big way.

He campaigned for TRS candidates in the GHMC elections in 130th division at Subash Nagar in Hyderabad. Addressing the people in public meetings, he confidently said that the ruling TRS will win majority seats in the coming elections as the people in greater Hyderabad are fully supporting the TRS.

He explained the manifesto of the TRS during the campaign. Ponguleti said the government setup number of basti dawakhanas in all wards of slum areas for the welfare of the people.

Hyderabad is one of the fastest developing city and safest place in the country, the former MP said and added that people of all sections are happy during the last six years under the TRS regime.

Condemning the BJP allegations on the development of the city, Ponguleti criticised that the BJP was wantedly disturbing peace in Hyderabad and asserted that the people are living safely in the regime of the TRS government under Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.

Several major companies have established their branches in Hyderabad in the last six years, he added. Number of people from various parties have joined the TRS in the presence of former MP Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy. Thousands of TRS leaders and workers participated in the programme.

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