People's Pulse : TRS supporters happy with govt performance
People from the villages, who came to attend the public meeting said that the government was doing exceptionally well and expressed confidence that the ruling party would get second term with huge margin in the coming elections
Hyderabad: People from the villages, who came to attend the public meeting said that the government was doing exceptionally well and expressed confidence that the ruling party would get second term with huge margin in the coming elections.
Speaking to The Hans India, people who came from across the State said that the Chief Minister was taking measures for all the sections and Telangana was a role model for the country.
J Srikanth, a private employee from Madhira said that the TRS government was doing well. He said that the government should fill the vacant posts and expressed confidence that the posts would be filled.
S Balaiah, a TRS activist from Siddipet said that the speciality of this government was that it has taken up emergency issues like irrigation projects, power and pensions to poor.
Venkateshwar Yadav, a farmer from Sripuram in Khammam district said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was doing what former Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy had done and that was to construct irrigation projects.
He said that the Chief Minister had redesigned the project to benefit all the farmers in the State. He said that 24-hour power supply had provided big relief to the farmers in the State.
MD Ismail, a bore mechanic from Zaheerabad said that he could see the development in the State. "There was no water problem for us in the State.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao led government was mainly focussed on helping minority community and TRS will come into power next time also, " said Ismail.
G Sudarshan, a student and a staunch TRS supporter from Suryapet said that the TRS government has offered schemes to all sections.
He said that the Congress party had not done anything worth mentioning but the TRS has provided all benefits to all weaker sections.