Legislative assembly

Jagadish rules out early polls in the state – The New Indian Express

Through Express press service

HYDERABAD: Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy has ruled out the possibility of holding early polls in the state legislature. He said the Assembly polls would be held on schedule.

Speaking to reporters in Nalgonda on Saturday, Jagadish Reddy blasted the Bharatiya Janata Party. He alleged that the Saffron Festival was 100 miles from the futuristic vision of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

The state was making rapid progress under the leadership of Chandrasekhar Rao. But there were no developments under Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the country, he alleged.

The TRS government has provided piped drinking water supply to all households in the state, but Gujarat has failed to implement such a scheme for the past 25 years, the minister of state said. Energy. He said the TRS leaders were ready for a debate with the BJP leaders on the issue of development. He also alleged that Congress was responsible for the delay in the Nalgonda District.

Jagadish Reddy claimed that the TRS would win all 12 Assembly seats in the former Nalgonda district in the next Assembly polls. He distributed three-wheelers and laptops to people with disabilities.