Medak: Telangana Finance Minister T Harish Rao criticised the Congress, likening their six guarantees to post-dated checks without signatures.
Speaking during the inauguration of double-bedroom houses handed over to beneficiaries in Paddashankarampet, Medak district, on Tuesday, Harish Rao criticised the Congress for making empty promises in Telangana while failing to deliver in the states where the party is in power.
He expressed frustration at the Congress’s political maneuvers, describing them as playing power games and deceiving the public with empty rhetoric.
He pointed out that the Congress makes lofty promises, such as bringing a new Chief Minister within six months if elected, but cities like Hyderabad witness curfew every six months.
He also criticised the inadequate power supply, with only six hours of electricity available per day and two days of power outages each week.
Harish Rao accused the Congress of being controlled by a new Bangalore High Command and suggested that Bangalore could potentially serve as Telangana’s second capital, making his future travel route to Delhi via Bangalore.
He cautioned the public against falling for the Congress’s false claims and criticised the party for its insincere approach to governance. Harish Rao remarked that the Congress seemed more interested in political blame games than in delivering tangible benefits to the people.
In contrast, he praised Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) for his unwavering commitment and track record of keeping promises.
Harish Rao highlighted that double-bedroom houses had been constructed and distributed without any additional costs and expressed his support for the incumbent government’s successful implementation of the BRS manifesto, affirming that every promise had been fulfilled.