After about three months, TRS government in Telangana suddenly had to face the fire on the Intensive Household Survey conducted on Aug-19. The opposition parties took harsh on K Chandrasekhara Rao for forcing people stay indoors and creating unnecessary ruckus throughout the state.
The opposition parties questioned on opened bars and restaurants on the day of survey, while the entire public transport was halted. They also took a note of questions asked in the survey, which sought details of assets and ignored liabilities.
The Opposition also claimed that the staff used in the survey was the students from colleges, who entered 60% of data incorrectly.
They also pointed out the dual enrollment of K Kavitha, MP from Nizamabad and daughter of KCR. Kavitha was enrolled at her in-laws house in Potangal village in Navipet mandal of Nizamabad district and in Banjara Hills residence in Hyderabad.
The two firebrand leaders, A Revanth Reddy of Telugu Desam Party and Akbaruddin Owaisi of MIM led the attack on KCR government.