Hyderabad, Oct.4 (Hydnow): Congress leader Madhu Yaski today slammed Chief Minister and ruling TRS party president K Chandrashekar Rao alleging that the latter has been looting the State in the name of developing the State by banking upon the separate Telangana State sentiment.
He also alleged that the Chief Minister was now planning to loot the country in the name of expansion of his political party into a national party.
He reminded that the Chief Minister had come to power by promising to do justice to the poor and oppressed sections of the society. He mocked that the people of the State would declare retirement to CM KCR and his TRS party after the formation of his national outfit BRS.
He urged the intellectuals to think about the imperialistic mindset of the CM to help his son, daughter and nephew to grow at the national level. He urged the voters of Munugodu Assembly constituency to defeat the ruling TRS party in the upcoming by-election.
The CM has decided to declare the name of his national party at 1.19 pm in the afternoon at Telangana Bhavan. He has invited 283 leaders of the party for the general body meeting. The CM will pass a single sentence resolution urging the party members to approve it unanimously. (Hydnow)
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