Hyderabad, June 1 (Hydnow): YSRTP President, Y.S Sharmila said that Telangana has been turned into a liquor state in the nine years of rule of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s party BRS came to power She accused of corruption of Rs. 70 thousand crores in the Kaleshwaram project.
Expressing her anger that the burden of debts on the state exchequer has increased by Rs. 5 lakh crores. In this present situation, her party will not have any alliance with any other party in the state and in the country.
Paying her respect to the martyrs’ Stupa at Hyderabad Gunpark, she criticized the Central government while talking to the media, Sharmila posed 10 questions to CM KCR, and she released a poster of those questions.
“All the corrupt money is with CM KCR. KCR trampled all the promises made to the people. Women are not safe in the state. Some are talking about merging my party with another party.
Don’t insult a woman’s hard work by saying this. Candidates are prepared and put up to compete in the elections.
We will never have an alliance in the state or in the country, BRS, Congress, and BJP should also give clarity on alliances. Was there any party that I would not have joined then? There is no possibility of any party getting a majority in the country in the next elections. “Congress should make it clear that there will be no alliance with any party in the state and in the country after the elections, ” said Sharmila. (Hydnow)
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