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Undemocratic rule in State, says Cong women’s wing
TPCC women’s wing chief Nerella Sharada alleged that the TRS was passing time by encouraging political defections at a time when people were reeling under severe drought.
Hyderabad: TPCC women’s wing chief Nerella Sharada alleged that the TRS was passing time by encouraging political defections at a time when people were reeling under severe drought.
Speaking to the media after the meeting of women wing new executive committee at Gandhi Bhavan here on Tuesday, Sharada alleged that the state was under undemocratic rule of the TRS, which had failed to fulfil the assurances made by it.
Stating that women were facing severe troubles in the State, Sharada alleged that the ruling party was least bothered about the severe drought prevailing in the State though the weather department, intellectuals and political parties warned about the situation much before.
The NREGS workers were migrating to other places as the government had failed to implement the scheme properly, she said, demanding that the government declare the entire State as drought-hit one.
Sharada said the Congress women wing would strive for the victory of the party’s candidate Sucharitha Reddy in Palair bye-election. Women leaders Kasula Uma Rani, Sunnam Nagamani, Peddamaru Dhana Laxmi, Dhashami Bhai, A Chandrakala, A Sadhalaxmi, Durga Rani, Renu Misra, Jamuna, Shameem Aga, Najma, Manjula Reddy and others participated in the meeting.