KCR An ‘Anaconda’, Time To Kill It: Sravan Dasoju

Hyderabad, Nov.30 (Maxim News): AICC Spokesperson Dr Sravan Dasoju fired the State Election Commissioner (SEC) for conducting the GHMC elections in a most fraudulent way by violating every rule of the constitution. According to him, being an IAS officer who is supposed to be the custodian of constitution and democracy, however, the SEC is letting it die in the hands of KCR and the TRS party. ‘SEC is simply acting like a slave of KCR and following the instructions of his king’, he slammed. The senior Congress Party leader said that the SEC and the police department which have colluded with the ruling TRS party and openly murdered democracy. Police force has become a muted spectator while huge money is being distributed to the voters in the GHMC area by the TRS leaders, he criticized.

“Like a locust gang, the TRS cadres have started distributing money to voters in an organized crime format and that too in the presence of police. With the support of looted money from flood relief funds, the TRS party leaders have been distributing Rs 5,000 per vote in the GHMC area from the last 24 hours. They first cut power supply in a street and distribute money and go away like thieves”, he explained.

Sravan along with former Congress Party MP Madhu Yashki Goud addressed the media at Gandhi Bhavan on Monday. “Ever since the announcement of the GHMC elections, the SEC has not been following any rules as per the constitution. He dumped every section in the dust bin and simply followed the instructions of KCR to conduct the elections. Instead of conducting them fraudulently, you can simply cancel the elections and auction the wards. As desired by you, then you can announce that only TRS and MIM Candidates won the elections. Why are you making dramas, shame on you”, Sravan slammed.  (Maxim News)

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