Shock To BRS: 18 Sarpanches Of Kumram Bheem Asifabad Resigned
Asifabad/Hyderabad, Dec 28 (Maxim News): 18 BRS Sarpanches from the Wankidi Mandal in Kumram Bheem Asifabad district resigned en masse. The 18 BRS party sarpanches who resigned were Advasi tribals and cited that no development works were done in the villages because of the sitting MLA Athram Sakku.
They also alleged that the local MLA of Asifabad was neglecting them and their demands. The sarpanches mentioned that when they went to meet the MLA, he was neither meeting them nor giving them an appointment. They also alleged that he had not taken up development activities in the villages, as they mentioned in their resignation letter which they signed together.
The sarpanches are likely to submit their resignation letter to the Mandal officer shortly. (Maxim News)
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