Madhu Yaski Slams CM KCR

Madhu Yaski Lashes Out at CM KCR

Hyderabad, Sept.29 (Hydnow): TPCC publicity cell chairman Madhu Yaski today lashed out at Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao alleging that the latter was helping BJP with his political moves. He said the CM was now talking about the national political party after destroying Telangana State.

Speaking to media people at Gandhi Bhavan, Madhu Yashki said CM KCR was only meeting UPA constituent political parties and not meeting the alliance partners of BJP. He alleged that the CM was planning to float a national party as part of a secret agreement with the BJP in order to escape from corruption cases.

Yaski made it clear that it was impossible to form any political alliance without Congress. He claimed that KCR was extending support to the BJP in order to escape from the recent liquor scam involving his family members.

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Referring to the campaign of the BJP that the TRS party would have an alliance with it, he said the campaign was aimed at creating problems for the Congress party. He said their party leader Rahul Gandhi had made it clear that there would be no alliance with the TRS in the next Assembly elections.

He said the upcoming Munugodu Assembly constituency by-election was also a part of the match-fixing between the TRS and the BJP. He said KCR had done nothing for the development of the State and added that the national party of KCR would achieve nothing for the State. He made it clear that Congress alone could defeat the BJP in the next general elections. (Hydnow)


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