Hyderabad: Come election, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) is treading an unconventional path in a bid to win the Nagarjuna Sagar seat.
Leading the charge is TRS Working President KT Rama Rao. KTR invoked old and young analogy to strike a chord with the voters.
KTR said the Nagarjuna Sagar by-poll is the contest between the leaders who represent the past and those who represent the future.
"TRS will win it with the blessings of the people of Nagarjuna Sagar. The contest is between a leader who represents the past (Jana Reddy Garu) and a young man who represents the future hope; Nomula Bhagat Garu," KTR told people during an `#AskKTR' interaction on Twitter Sunday evening.
Asked about the Turmeric board in Nizamabad district, KTR said this question should be asked to Arvind Dharmapuri who promised on a bond paper. "Ask the gentleman who promised on a bond paper," said KTR.
Talking about infrastructure development, the minister said that around 12,751 villages will be covered by T-fibre by August this year. "Initially all 12,751 villages will be covered by August this year. All urban areas are also now being taken up," said KTR.
On Uppal elevated corridor, he said it will be completed in the next 10-12 months. "It's a 6 km long skyway. Should be completed in next 10-12 months," said KTR. He also said that the Balanagar flyover will be completed before the end of May.
Updating people about the status of Hyderabad Pharma City, the minister said that land acquisition has been completed and allotments will be made soon.
KTR said the remaining stretch of Phase 1 of the Hyderabad Metro rail project and work on Phase 2 has been affected due to the pandemic. However, he promised that it be put back on track.
The minister noted that the government has approved a few private developers' proposals to build IT parks in east Hyderabad as part of GRID policy