TRS intensifies the campaign, slams Uttam for ignoring the development of Huzurnagar
Telangana Rashtra Samithi candidate for Huzurnagar bypoll Shanampudi Saidi Reddy urged the people to support the TRS in bypoll slated to be held on October 21 and pave way for the development of Huzurnagar constituency in all aspects.
Nereducherla/Palakeedu: Telangana Rashtra Samithi candidate for Huzurnagar bypoll Shanampudi Saidi Reddy urged the people to support the TRS in bypoll slated to be held on October 21 and pave way for the development of Huzurnagar constituency in all aspects.
On Thursday, Saidi Reddy along with party leaders carried out election campaign in Nereducherla and Palakeedu mandals of Huzurnagar constituency. Addressing huge gatherings, he described Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee chief and Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy a power monger and alleged that he had ignored the development of Huzurnagar constituency during his long tenure. Saidi Reddy urged people to give him a chance to show the actual development.
MLC Karne Prabhakar described the bypoll as a blessing to people of Huzurnagar constituency to teach a befitting lesson to inefficient Uttam Kumar Reddy.
MLC Pochampally Srinivas Reddy stated that people of Huzurnagar were predetermined to cast their vote to TRS in the interest of constituency and majority party workers of other parties of constituency were voluntarily joining TRS to correct the mistake done during 2018 Assembly elections.
MLA Nannapuneni Narender, in his speech, informed that bypoll was a war between Huzurnagar developing forces and power mongers. He predicted that TRS would win the bypoll with 40,000 majority of votes.
Another legislator Bhaskar Rao condemned the allegations levelled by TPCC chief and reiterated that TRS candidate Saidi Reddy was a local, and urged people of the constituency to back TRS in bypoll for the better future of Huzurnagar.
MLA Chirumarthi Lingaiah urged all Dalits to support TRS to teach befitting lesson to Uttam Kumar Reddy and informed that people were extending their support to TRS during campaigning in villages. Party local leaders, supporters and locals took part in the campaign in large numbers.