TDP on a compromise spree: YSRCP

TDP on a compromise spree: YSRCP - Sakshi Post

Terming the allegations leveled against the Party as baseless, YSR Congress has said that TDP alone owns the patent right for conspiracy and is trying to wriggle out of the mess it is caught in through a compromise.

“The sequence of events clearly point out that TDP is working out for a compromise formula to come out the cash for vote imbroglio which is evident from a Union Minister trying to broker peace and state ministers suddenly withdrawing their remarks against the Governor,” party senior leaders Botsa Satyanarayana, Viswaroop and Kothapalli Subbarayudu told reporters on Friday.

TDP has been changing tunes to suit its need and its posers to YSR Congress are ridiculous and it should prove the imaginary meeting of our leader failing which they should quit. The supposed letter the TDP leaders are alleging that our leader has written should also be made public.

“They have no proof but only the mind of a conspirator and penchant for slinging mud against others when they are cornered from all sides. When all proof was clearly pointing towards them as accused they have resorted to allegations dragging in the name of our leader to divert the attention of the public. On the other hand they are now playing the politics of compromise to come out the mess they are in and it is a fact that a Union Minister has tried hard for it. The State Minister who went hammer and tongs on the Governor suddenly gets enlightenment and withdraws his words and all the sequence clearly show the style of functioning of TDP which has overthrown NTR through a conspiracy. The same group of people is now active to cover up the shameful act,” hesaid.

Governance has gone for a toss during the past 100 days and not a single welfare programme was being carried out as the entire machinery and leaders are busy in dealing with the cover-up bid, they said. Though TDP team went to visit Pattiseema, they did not bother about Polavaram and there is no constitutional crisis as they are trying to impress upon the people, Botsa said.

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