AP Politics: It is common for leaders to make promises after elections. It is also common to say that new schemes will be introduced in order to gain power.. But if these promises are not used, then fraud will occur in the first place. In any case, politicians do not spend money from their own pockets to implement promises. The fruits of the schemes are not given to the people as much as the assets. Govt land um.. Schemes are implemented for the people who are in debt. If not, it is unclear whether the leaders are giving such assurances because they want to gain power. In view of the upcoming elections in AP, the assurances given by the national secretary of the opposition party there will be endless.
In the background of elections to be held in AP in a few days, the ruling and opposition parties are holding meetings and meetings. In this order, the national secretary of the opposition party, Nara Lokesh, was moved to the election campaign in the name of Shankharavam. He started this Shankharava from Tekkali in Uttarandhra region. Jaganmohan Reddy's style of administration is under attack. In this order some assurances are being given to the people. Although it is common for political parties to give promises during elections, Lokesh's promises make one wonder if they can be implemented.
Nara Lokesh said that he will save the Vizag Steel Factory, which is the heart of Visakhapatnam, from being privatized and announced that he will buy it if his government is formed. Will the government actually have enough money to buy the Vizag steel factory? What will the government do with that purchase? Are you saying that losses are coming and the center is privatizing it? In that case, if it is necessary to mislead the people, what is the point of Nara Lokesh saying that he will buy the Vizag Steel Factory? Earlier, Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao announced that he would send Singareni officials to purchase Vizag steel. At the time of opening the bids, Tira was missing. Nara Lokesh's comments seem to be the same. It is customary to give assurances to the people before elections. But it's better if they don't get used to it. Apart from that, showing heaven in the palm of the hand does not seem to be the characteristic of future Telugu Desam Party leaders. It would be better if Nara Lokesh comes to reality and gives assurances.