Cong. blamed for unrest in State
The Telugu Desam Krishna district president and Mylavaram legislator,Devineni Umamaheswara Rao, here on Tuesday, criticised the Congress leadership...
The Telugu Desam Krishna district president and Mylavaram legislator,Devineni Umamaheswara Rao, here on Tuesday, criticised the Congress leadership for the political unrest in the State. Speaking to media persons, Umamaheswara Rao alleged that the Congress leaders were playing with the lives of the Telugu people by creating unrest over division of the State. He said that Indira Gandhi had played with the lives of the Sikh community in Punjab, while Rajiv Gandhi had ruined the Tamilians in Sri Lanka.
He said that Sonia Gandhi was now doing the same spoilsport with the lives of the Telugu people by creating political disturbance in the State and stalling the development of the State. He asked the Congress leadership to stop this political game and bring the State on developmental track. He asked the State Cabinet and the State ministers in the Central Cabinet to take initiative and end the political unrest in the State. Referring to the police firing at G Kondur, the legislator demanded that the government order judicial probe into the incident.
He condemned the attitude of the police and wanted to know why the Minister KP Saradhi and the MP Lagadapati Rajagopal were silent on the incident. He alleged that the police were trying to save their skin by establishing that Paladugu Ramakrishna committed suicide.He wanted that the issue should be left to the judicial probe to establish whether Ramakrishna committed suicide or was killed.
He also criticised the Congress leadership and the State government for not completing Krishna delta modernization works.He said that the farmers in the district were uncertain on the supply of water to Kharif. He blamed the district administration and the ruling party leaders for not holding the district irrigation advisory meeting to solve the water problems. The TD senior leaders, Bonda Umamaheswara Rao, Buddha Venkanna and other leaders were present.