Hyderabad, August 10: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) secretary on Monday asked IT Minister K. Tarakarama Rao to share his office address, along with the timings, where people could meet him to express their grievances on the problems being faced by them.
Reacting to the Ask KTR campaign undertaken by Minister KTR on social media platform Twitter on August 9, Bandulal said that the campaign was a publicity stunt to grab a headline in the newspapers. While most of the questions were posted from fake IDs, KTR gave the replies were selective and pre-decided. “A minister should be available for people at his office and home all the time or he/she should have fixed timings when common people can meet to make representations. But no TRS minister has a permanent address. Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao lives in a palace called Pragathi Bhavan where no one, including ministers and MLAs, has no access. There is no Secretariat. Some ministers are operating on a part time basis from temporary offices in different parts of Hyderabad. There is no way people could connect with the ministers to get their problems solved,” he alleged.