Sharmila Writes: People Of Khammam Will Not Believe KCR
Hyderabad, Jan 17 (Maxim News): YSRTP President, Y.S Sharmila said that the people of Khammam are not in a position to believe Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao’s words as he has not fulfilled a single promise given to the people of the district in his 8 years of rule.
Writing a letter to KCR, today, she said that it is a shame on the part of KCR to see the BRS agenda which has no future being imposed on the country, She questioned why KCR is not fighting against the merger of 8 Mandals in Andhra Pradesh, she asked. Why was the Sitarama project not completed for 8 years, what happened to KCR’s promise to develop the Bhadradri temple? She asked why KCR did not give forest pattas to the poor beneficiaries for the last 8 years, Sharmila stated in her letter. (Maxim News)
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