Senior leader of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) and Minister T. Harish Rao addressed the people of Gajwel constituency, urging them to discern between genuine supporters and those who only appear during election times. Speaking during roadshows in Gajwel and Wargal in support of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, the BRS candidate for Gajwel, Harish Rao emphasized the importance of consistent support beyond elections.
Harish Rao criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), highlighting issues like the significant increase in gas cylinder prices, the imposition of GST on milk, and the demand for pump-set meters. He urged the electorate to teach a lesson to those who connect with them only during the election season.
Harish Rao underscored that voting is not a one-day affair but a decision that shapes the next five years of their lives. He encouraged the people to reflect on the improvements since 2014, citing examples of enhanced access to drinking water and increased agricultural productivity, transforming the region.
The BRS leader questioned whether BJP or Congress leaders had visited the people during the COVID-19 pandemic, emphasizing that it was BRS leaders who provided support and instilled confidence in the community. He accused the Congress of spreading lies and misinformation to win elections.
Harish Rao credited K. Chandrasekhar Rao for resolving longstanding issues, particularly in ensuring a consistent water supply not only in Gajwel but across the state. He highlighted the transformation in public health, where people are now comfortable visiting government hospitals.
Addressing concerns about the Dharani system, Harish Rao clarified that it aimed to facilitate transparent land transactions and dismissed claims of land snatching. He assured that, starting in January, the rights of assigned lands would be completely transferred to the beneficiaries, debunking misinformation spread by the opposition.