Hyderabad, July 18 (Hydnow): BJP leader Vijayasanti today lashed out at Chief Minister saying that the people in the State were vexed with the rule of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. She claimed that KCR was not giving an opportunity to his son to become the next Chief Minister.
Taking to her social media account, Vijayashanti said leave alone the 90 Assembly seats being claimed by the TRS party that it would win the next Assembly elections, she asked the ruling party to assess its actual status in the State.
Referring to the comments of KT Rama Rao that his father was poised to become Chief Minister for the third consecutive term like no other CM from south India, she reminded KTR that Tamil Nadu’s former Chief Minister MGR had already hit the hat-trick by becoming CM of Tamil Nadu for three consecutive terms.
Vijayashanti said by stating that his father would become the CM after the next Assembly elections, she said it was clear from the statement of KTR that he would never become the CM even after the next Assembly elections. She said the people of Telangana were now thinking that the ruling TRS party would not even get deposits in the next Assembly elections under the leadership of KCR. (Hydnow)
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