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Opposition leaders fire salvos at KCR’s style

Leaders from various political parties today lashed out at Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao against his alleged non-performance and dictatorial style of functioning.

Speaking to mediapersons, former MP from Karimnagar Ponnam Prabhakar alleged that Chief Minister left the governance to the wind. Both KCR and his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu were wasting precious time to criticize each other. Alleging that KCR has abstained from the Secretariat for the last 50 days, Ponnam asked how he would rule the State. Stating that KCR had wrested office by making impossible assurances to the people, Ponnam said the day when people of the State teaching a fitting lesson would come soon.

Another Congress leader and Jagtial MLA T Jeevan Reddy said KCR has no moral right to continue in office. The Chief Minister failed to construct a single double-bed room house even after completing one year in office. The TRS government also failed to clear pending bills of Indiramma houses till date.

CPM Telangana State secretary Thammineni Veerabhadram alleged that KCR was ruling the State as a dictator. “KCR said something before the elections and saying something after the elections”, he alleged and lamented that KCR removed the GHMC workers which was unprecedented.

Telangana TDLP leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao sarcastically said KCR cannot fulfill his election-eve promises even after 25 years. Stating that KCR rode to power by showing heaven in the hand, Errabelli wondered at the statement of the Chief Minister that he would change the cities in Telangana on par with New York and Singapore. Another TDP leader Addanki Dayakar accused KCR of taking all anti-people policies.

Telangana Political JAC Chairman Prof. Kodandaram has demanded that the Chief Minister extend Rs 5 lakh ex gratia to the kin of farmers, who had committed suicides. Prof. Kodandaram consoled the kin of deceased farmers in Siddipet town of Medak district on Tuesday. (NSS)