Congress sinking ship, blaming will boomerang!

April 09, 2012 12:48
Congress sinking ship, blaming will boomerang!

Undeterred by the severe criticism faced by the YSR Congress Party over its leader Jagan Mohan Reddy’s disproportionate assets case, the party launches a scathe attack on the ruling party. The YSRC spokesperson Amabati Rambabu launched his lethal attack on the ruling Congress party. Speaking to media on Sunday, he said that Congress was a sinking ship and Praja rajyam Party, which merged with the former, has added its weight. This addition will only ensure faster sinking. He said that the Congress was on a suicide bid by projecting the late Chief Minister YSR as a corrupt leader. This only mar the party’s prospects in the coming by-polls felt the leader. In fact, YSR to this day, has been considered as the savior of the masses. He was the leader who single handedly drove to the party to success in the 2009 elections.

Mr Rambabu told the reporters at Hyderabad, "The policy decision taken by Congress not to spare YSR on corruption charges and attack YS Jagan and his father with equal measure will spell doom to the ruling party and the August crisis is in the offing”.

He added that those who enjoyed power today, because of the efforts of the late leader have turned Brutus by resolving to project him as a corrupt leader. He also said that either government chief whip Gandra Venkataramana Reddy or Kamalapuram MLA Veerasiva Reddy has neither capacity nor moral values to criticize towering leader.

Extending his ire to the TDP also he said TDP chief, N Chandrababu Naidu had a secret pact with High Command and has been frequenting to Delhi, while our Chief Minister is not getting appointment. Adding that both Congress and TDP will be wiped out in the ensuing 18 by-elections.

Rambabu said that their strategy to annihilate the name of the late CM would boomerang resulting in the ruling party biting dust in the ensuing by-elections. A point to worth noting, feel critics. Hope the Congress talks about the policies than a tirade against the departed leader.

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