MLC K Kavitha has been encouraging several TRS leaders, activists and supporters to interact more with the people of Nizamabad and engage in the renovation of temples.
While the TMU condemned the former minister’s remarks, the TJMU has come forward backing Rajender’s statements claiming that the government has been ignoring employees’ rights.
The TRS government is working sincerely to develop the temple and is in the process of preparing an action plan to achieve that objective.
Addressing a press conference, MLC Bhanu Prasad said they discussed issues brought to their notice by the local body representatives in the last few meetings with the Panchayat Raj Minister.
TRS leader and MLC K Kavitha took part in an Athmeeya Sammelanam, organised by the members of a few backward communities, at a private function hall in Pitlam village, Kamareddy, on Sunday.
Speaking on the occasion, Kavitha said that the TRS government is very close to the hearts of people and promised to resolve all issues being faced by them.
MLC K Kavitha has demanded that the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) withdraw its circulars on the minimum referral wages of migrant workers.
As a newly-elected MP in 2014, Kavitha had promised to complete the bridge since it would help interior villages.
However, Bodhan RDO Rajeshwar told Express that Kavitha’s name was recently deleted from the voters list in Pothangal.
Kavitha also blasted the Congress for lodging a complaint with State Election Commission against distribution of money to flood victims.
Following Kavitha's defeat from the Nizamabad Lok Sabha constituency, Kishore had stopped sleeping and eating, according to the party leaders.
The chief ministers of the two Telugu-speaking states,who were friends when they were in the Congress and TDP, turned bitter foes later but have again become close pals now, she said.