Munugode by-poll is going to take place today. So, all eyes are on the TRS president and chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s public meeting. This is for the first time that the chief minister is launching the party’s campaign for the bypoll even before the Election Commission of India issued a notification clearly showing the significance the party attaches to it.
While the chief minister avoided campaigning for bypolls in Dubbak and Huzurabad constituencies, he campaigned in Huzurnagar and Nagarjunasagar bypolls just a few days prior to the polling day. But when it comes to the Munugode bypoll, the chief minister is hitting the campaign trail even before the EC issued poll notification. With a solicitation to announce sops in the public meeting, Nalgonda district TRS leaders were appointed as in-charges for the bypoll and have submitted a long wish list to the chief minister for the development of Munugode.
The chief minister seems to caution the people belonging to the Munugode constituency that if the BJP won this bypoll, they will lose 2487 free power to agriculture, 2487 quality power to all sectors, and even lose welfare schemes like Rythu Bandhu, Aasara pensions, etc. The Nalgonda district leaders asked KCR to announce the formation of govt junior and degree colleges and a 100-bed hospital in Munugode.
They have also requested KCR to grant funds for laying roads, which are ruined in villages and mandals, residential schools and colleges, community halls, libraries, primary health centers in mandals and area hospital in the constituency headquarters town.