TDP spreading lies: YSRCP
Addressing the press here, party senior leader K Partha Sarathi said, “The TDP is telling that our MLA Adinarayana Reddy is all set to leave YSRCP has no basis.
The main opposition party in Andhra Pradesh denies reports of its MLAs joining the ruling party
Hyderabad: Apparently irked over the news of some of its leaders shifting loyalties to the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) on Sunday came down heavily on the ruling party, alleging it of ‘unleashing false propaganda to cover up its failures’.
“The false propaganda unleashed by TDP that there are defections from YSRCP is only a weak bid to cover up its failures and the internal bickering that has come in the open in the ruling party,” YSRCP said.
Addressing the press here, party senior leader K Partha Sarathi said, “The TDP is telling that our MLA Adinarayana Reddy is all set to leave YSRCP has no basis. The MLA has never said that and it is only the imagination of the ruling party only to divert the people’s attention from the trouble TDP is facing from within its various quarters.”
“Why should anyone join the TDP government as it is credited with a slew of failures while YSRCP has been with the people, fighting for genuine demands and voicing the concern of the people?” he asked.
The YSRCP leader pointed out that Vijayawada MP K Nani openly told at a public forum that the government had done nothing. After talking with the party president N Chandrababu Naidu, he must have retraced his statement, that is a different issue, but the resentment has shown up openly. Similar is the case in Nellore and Visakhapatnam and the local leaders are at loggerheads. Added to this is the anti-incumbency factor as the government failed to perform,” he explained.
Senior Minister KE Krishna Murthy went on record saying that the concern of the Revenue Minister was not taken in the land acquisition for the capital formation and it showed the despotic style of functioning of TDP leadership, Partha Sarathi added.
He also observed that there was no representation of minorities in the State Cabinet and the Central cabinet had no member from weaker sections. This showed that the TDP was in favour of corporatisation of politics, he said.