Hyderabad, Jan 13 (Hydnow): The YSRTP President Y S Sharmila made sensational comments against Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao at the Kothagudem meeting yesterday, saying that when we hear the KCR’s speech, it looks like the devils are preaching the Vedas.
Sharmila questioned on Twitter said that after KCR came to power, did he ever give honor and respect to the people of the state, democracy, or at least Journalists on any single day?
She alleged that the Kaleshwaram project was built by showing the account of lakhs of crores which has submerged in three years, though the project was not necessary, it was built for the contractors and robbed the commissions, “Dora rule in Telangana has come up under your regime, not in development. Debts and suicides are rampant, she alleged. KCR became furious when questioned on the implementation of the promises made to the people which is ethical to fulfill the promises which were made during the elections.
Sharmila questioned KCR whether you have fulfilled even one of the promises made in the elections..? Whether the farmers’ loan has been waived, What about the promise of jobs? Where are double bedroom houses for the poor, where are 3 acres of land for Dalits, where is the unemployment benefit to the youths, will you answer any of these questions, Sharmila questioned.
She alleged that Telangana is being made into debt and the police are being used as pawns. Sharmila alleged that the state was ruled by aristocrats and turned into a Taliban regime. (Hydnow)
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