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The Deputy Chief Minister taunted the BRS leaders for failing to implement elections promises for 10 years, but throwing mud at State government

Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka on Sunday took the BRS leaders to task for accusing the new Congress government of not implementing the six guarantees. He reminded the BRS leaders of their failure to implement the election promises for 10 years.
He was addressing a gathering after laying the foundation stone for development of black top road in Rompimalla village on Sunday.  The Deputy Chief Minister laid the foundation stone for development of bitumen road from Rompimmall to Yendapalli at a cost of Rs 2.80 crore. He asserted that foundation stone would be laid for development of Yendapalli industrial estate.
He took pity at the BRS leaders for the comments they made against the Congress regime and said that the Congress government is committed to the welfare of the people.
Of the six guarantees, the free bus travel for women, doubling the limit of Rajiv Arogyasri, giving LPG cylinder for poor women at Rs 500 each and providing 200 units of free power to households were implemented.
“The Congress Party implements what it promises, he said, adding that it would fill 25,000 jobs within three months.  During the past 10 years of the BRS regime, it did not release at least one Group-1 notification.
The TSPSC has been cleansed soon after Congress came to power and it would soon conduct all recruitment tests transparently, he said.
Expert faculty members would offer free coaching to the students from  from poor families, he said.
The Congress government would give top priority to education during the current year’s budget, he said.  Blue print has been prepared for building integrated residentials school buildings, he said, observing that the amenities in the existing buildings are not adequate.
The Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Classes residential schools would be located at one place with a common playgrounds and common laboratories, he said.
They would be developed in such a way to provide world class education to the students.
The policy of the Congress government is to create wealth and share the created wealth to the people, he asserted.
He said that Rs 52 lakh have been sanctioned for development of bitumen road near Jalamudi project and the road development works have been grounded,

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