The BJP government, which scraped large denomination notes and promised to bring back the black money from abroad has failed so far, he said.
He also expressed concern over the Centre’s apathy towards Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s letter highlighting the flood concerns in Hyderabad.
While addressing the gathering, Harish said that every minute and every voter is important in the GHMC elections.
Even if the government wanted to pay the paddy farmers more, the conditions laid by the FCI do not allow it to do the same.
According to the party, it was the arrogant behaviour of the police towards BJP candidate M Raghunandan Rao that swung the vote in his favour.
Kottinti Swamy was an ardent supporter of the pink party and was part of its Dubbaka byelection campaigns since Day 1.
The TRS would stand by the people of Dubbaka in future too irrespective of the party’s defeat, he said.
Meanwhile, the Minister asked the company management to prepare short- and long-term policies for smooth and efficient running of the firm.
The increase in polling percentage is a testament to the good performance of TRS government, he added.
The Finance Minister also mentioned the gifting of the Lower Sileru Hydro Power Plant to Andhra Pradesh, which had caused an annual loss of Rs 500 crore for Telangana.
Finance Minister T Harish Rao told Dubbaka voters that development would be possible only if the ruling party wins since the TRS-led government will be in power for the next three years.
Harish released a booklet containing 11 'blatant lies' that are being spread by the BJP leaders and the pink party's clarifications on each.
While addressing the gathering, Kishan said that the pink party leaders have taken it as a habit/routine to spread false propaganda.
The state Finance minister accused Congress and BJP leaders of trying to lure the voters by giving them money and liquor and slammmed the Centre for introducing corporate-friendly farm laws.
On Thursday, Bandi Sanjay toured various villages in Dubbaka and campaigned for the party candidate.