Leader Y S Sharmila, who has been targeting the TRS regime
for a number of "failures", today slammed Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and his government again for not "keeping" many of its promises.
In a tirade published on her official Twitter handle, she lambasted the ruling party's leaders for not keeping their promises to generate employment, release job notifications, and provide free 2 BHK houses to the state's poor.
Attacking the CM for not filling the vacant government job posts in Telangana, she said, "Although there are 1.90 lakh job posts that are currently vacant, many young unemployed people have been forced to take their own lives out of the anguish of being jobless."
(The leader has been quite vocal about her disapproval of the TRS regime's handling of the rising unemployment in the state, and has maintained that she will continue to fight against the government until notifications to fill existing vacancies are released. She has also repeatedly demanded that the KCR government take strong steps to install confidence in the unemployed youth and end the streak of suicides that the state has been witnessing.)
Further, Sharmila flayed the pink party for not having completed its 2BHK free housing scheme, for not having allotted land to the Dalit community, and for the delay in the completion of various irrigation projects.
She openly announced that she would continue her fight against the "corrupt" state government and its "failed policymaking", and alleged that it had redesigned the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project only to pocket funds and help favoured contractors. She is reportedly planning to organise demonstrations in every district of Telangana to protest against the move to redesign the project.
Counting her tirade, the leader lambasted the TRS regime for its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, and alleged, "Even though people are dying like flies in the state, the CM has been watching like a mute spectator without doing anything to deal with the pandemic. I demand that the 23,512 vacant posts in the health department be filled immediately so that all Covid-19 patients can be offered improved treatment facilities. The CM must also include the disease in the list of diseases covered by the Aarogyasri healthcare scheme."