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    In a letter to KCR, as the Chief Minister is famously called, Sharmila provided out what she called his incorrect pledges, exists and also various other failings impacting the unified Khammam area.
    YS Sharmila
    YSR Telangana Party principal YS Sharmila, on Tuesday, January 17, released a pungent assault versus Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and also his Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), for selecting the much-neglected Khammam area for the celebration’s national-level conference. In a letter to KCR, as the Chief Minister is famously called, she provided out what she called his incorrect pledges, exists and also various other failings impacting the unified Khammam area.
    Sharmila stated that KCR did not have any type of ethical ground to select the area as the location. “It is very clear that, having failed Khammam on every front in last nine years, KCR suddenly woke up to project yet another dishonest impression that he cares for and respects the district. But the people of Telangana are very well aware of this perpetual peddling of lies by him. He has to ask himself if he has the moral right to sound his BRS war cry from a district that bore the brunt of his step-motherly attention,” she stated.
    Sharmila mentioned that Khammam was famous for its political and also social awareness and also this was the reason once TRS obtained an imperial walloping in the previous elections there.  “It is your utter disregard that pushed Khammam into more despair and regression. The result – incomplete irrigation projects, apathy towards spiritual and religious abodes, and uncanny recklessness in dealing with floods, the list is long enough to kill the potential of the united district,” she included.
    She provided a listing of 10 popular circumstances of KCR’s failings in the direction of the area. “On behalf of the people of Khammam, we, the YSR Telangana Party demand that you address these concerns before you begin your march towards the meeting,” she required.
    She wished to know why KCR really did not income a long term battle versus the merging of 7 mandals withAndhra Pradesh “Why doesn’t your government take up seriously the issue of the five villages near Bhadrachalam that are desperate to get merged back into Telangana for administrative convenience,” she asked.
    The YSRCP leader looked for to understand why also after 7 years and also great deals of news and also buzz, the Sitarama Project is not yet finished. “Way back in April 2016, KCR announced that Bhadrachalam temple would be developed with Rs 100 crores. Seven years and why is the sacred abode neglected,” she asked. “Why were there no repairs to sluices and why was there such a terrible and inhuman apathy towards flood relief and compensation last year that saw deadly floods wreak havoc in the district?”
    She likewise inquired about Rs 1,000 crore guaranteed for Bhadrachalam defense.
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