Cong. govt inefficient, says Sharmila

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Mahboobnagar, December 4:  Terming the ruling Congress Party as inefficient for its anti-people policies,  Smt. Sharmila has said only a strong leader like YSR can balance welfare and development without taxing the people.

Addressing a large gathering at Dharmapur, near here as part of her Maro Praja Prasthaam padayatra on Tuesday, she blamed the Congress government for the falling standard of living due to spiraling costs, high power tariff, acute power cuts and lack of basic amenities including drinking water.

The inefficient Congress, decadent TDP and opportunist TRS should be rejected at the hustings, she said and listed out the projects taken up by YSR that would benefit the local people and how the State government has been unable to complete them.

While it has been the quality of YSR family to keep the promises, TDP President N Chandrababu Naidu is known for breaking all his promises and TRS is busy in its personal agenda and is sacrificing youngsters for its personal gains, she said.  

Drinking water being the main problem and the State has not been able to even to complete the projects YSR has initiated. The local MP and TRS President K Chandrasekhar Rao has no time to get back to the people who voted for him.

Main Opposition TDP has joined hands with ruling Congress which is undemocratic and immoral. The duo has conspired to file false cases against YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to keep him away from you people, she said. 

Naidu has been emulating YSR in his padayatra and is making tall promises. Imitation can never be the original work, she said adding that it was during Naidu’s governance that 4,000 farmers were driven to suicides due to indebtedness and lack of support from the government.

It was YSR who came to their rescue and waived loans worth 12,000 crores to farmers. Naidu has no credibility and he is known for going back on his promises.

It is only YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who can usher in the golden era of YSR and implement all his welfare schemes and more, she said.

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