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Uttam accuses KCR of indulging in mean politics with “fake” surveys

TPCC Chief N Uttam Kumar Reddy has alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was indulging in mean politics in the name of fake surveys.

           

Speaking to the media at Gandhi Bhavan here on Monday, Uttam made it clear that there was no truth in the survey conducted by the Chief Minister. He asked the Chief Minister to make the MLAs who joined TRS party from other political parties to tender resignations and conduct by-polls if the surveys were real. Alleging that nobody knows the name of the institution which conducted the survey, Uttam said the Chief Minister brought the survey drama on to the screen only to confuse the distressed people.

           

He ridiculed that the Chief Minister was popular and stood as number one in terms of encouraging political defections. He raised questions that whether the Chief Minister was popular because of failing to fulfill the assurances made by him? Whether the Chief Minister was poplar because more number of farmers’ committed suicides in the state? Whether the Chief Minister was popular because he failed to release the fees reimbursement arrears? Whether the Chief Minister was popular because he failed to construct the double bed room houses to the poor?

Condemning it, Uttam alleged that the Chief Minister was number one in corrupt practices. Crores of rupees corruption was taking place in GHMC, he claimed and said that there were new buildings in Secretariat premises. But the Chief Minister was contemplating to demolish the new Secretariat buildings in the name of Vastu. “It is nothing but wasting of public exchequer. It is not proper to the Chief Minister”, Uttam exhorted. (NSS)