Hyderabad, Jan 21 (Hydnow): BRS led by former Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao got a big shock as its senior leader P.L Srinivas announced that he had resigned from BRS.
Speaking to the press persons, at Somajiguda Press Club, today, he said that even God cannot save the BRS party, he said that the manager of the leadership is highly objectionable to the leaders who have worked hard for the party. He said that there is a lack of self-understanding even though the people rejected the party in the Assembly elections, the leadership has not changed its attitude and does own their self mistakes.
He said that it is surprising that even the top leaders of the party say that the party’s defeat is the fault of the people. He said that he resigned from the party because he could not stay in BRS.
He said that the collapse of the Medigadda barrage in the Kaleswaram project, which was built at a cost of crores by promoting it as a world-class project, was a big blow to the party. He said that the project was stalled due to corruption and irregularities and the opposition strongly took it to the people.
He said that there are 100 reasons to leave the party and in the future people of Telangana will not be able to support that party. Srinivas said that it is in this context that he has come out of the party and will discuss with his well-wishers and announce his future activities. (Hydnow)
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