YSR Telangana party chief Y S Sharmila announced on Tuesday that her ‘Praja Prasthanam Padyatra’ will resume on January 28.
She also stated that it would not be stopped even if the police not accorded permission informing that they had already applied for permission.
The leader came down heavily on chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and mocked him for ‘enthralling’ in national politics while keeping Telangana citizens in distress over the past nine years.
“It has been only the YSRTP that steadfastly and unconditionally took on KCR and his corrupt and tyrannical government. We never bowed down even when they tried hard to corner us, abusing power and authority,” said the YSR chief.
“With honesty in our intentions and affection for Telangana, and above all, recalling the people-friendly reign of YSR, we traveled across Telangana and covered 3500km, only to be troubled and threatened by KCR, who was now scared of our growing prominence and the manner in which we exposed their local MLAs and MPs.” added Sharmila.
Recounting the chain of events that she claimed were born out of KCR’s growing sense of insecurity, Sharmila went on to add, “We will continue to battle his inefficient rule marked by failed promise, as we did with Kaleshwaram or Palamuru or unemployment or other issues.”
“My entry to Paleru has rocked his morale and now he realized that the YSRTP is growing in its popularity and presence in the entire district along with contiguous parts of Nalgonda,” she said.
YS Sharmila also ruled out early elections to the Telangana Assembly, claiming that KCR was not prepared to face anti-incumbency and also for the much-needed stature as a chief minister to travel across the country.
She also criticized Congress’s Revanth Reddy and BJP’s Bandi Sanjay for their ineffectiveness in exposing KCR and his corruption.
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