New Jersey: Chintala Ramachandra Reddy, MLA of Khairatabad Assembly Constituency-Telangana; meet and discussed various issues related to Telengana in an event organized by TG NRI BJP New Jersey chapter on Thursday here. The event was attended by over 120+ persons during weekday was a momentous occasion. Chintala enthused Telangana party cadre with issues taken up by Telangana party from national programs to state level and Telangana steps taken to empower t downtrodden citizens giving examples of Swach Bharat, skill development for socio economic development of Telangana society and GHMC elections.
With a majority of political parties demanding early conduct of elections to the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC), it is likely that elections may take place at the end of this year, if one goes by state government’s schedule.
Chintala discussed points related to GHMC elections in Telangana, alliance with Telugu Desham party (TDP), BJP is targeting Mayor seat, strengthening BJP party in other districts in Telangana and other strategies discussed.
He also discussed about fluoride problem. He advised the Telangana Govt to take NRI’s help in Technology transfer.
He further stated that under the able leadership of Modi, many positive changes are being noted which is considered to be a very healthy sign. He mentioned an all-round development is being seen within the days of Modi administering oath of office, like Swachh Bharath, and Skill development.
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