Politician YS Sharmila Attacks CM KCR

Sharmila held a protest program demanding the state government to issue job notifications and fill all vacant government jobs. She also created sensation by announcing that she would continue her protest program for 72 hours as against the permission of 24 hours granted by police.

Hyderabad, April 15 (Maxim News): Politician YS Sharmila today launched a scathing attack against the Chief Minister of the State KCR and asked him if he was not aware of the series of deaths of unemployed youth in the state. She wondered if the CM has a Human heart or stone. She made these remarks while adequate a gathering at Indira Park, Domalguda.

Sharmila held a protest program demanding the state government to issue job notifications and fill all vacant government jobs. She also created sensation by announcing that she would continue her protest program for 72 hours as against the permission of 24 hours granted by police. Although, Sharmila sought permission of three days to hold the protest program , the police concerned declined her request and allowed her to hold the protest program for 24 hours.

Speaking on the occasion she said that several unemployed youth were committing suicide md as they did not have jobs to eke out their livelihood and look after their families. She said that there was no response from the CM of the state KCR even after the suicides of so many persons. She claimed that one post was vacant out of three posts in the state and demanded the CM to explain the reasons behind the non filling up of the posts. She made it clear that her fight was in support of the unemployed youth of the state.

On the other hand, the supporters and loyalists of Sharmila have also held the protest programs in support of Sharmila in various districts of the state. Meanwhile the leaders BC Organizations R. Krishnaiah and Poet Kancha Ailaiah have also extended their support to the protest program of Sharmila . (Maxim News)

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