Guntur: The State Bharatiya Janata Party president and Amberpet MLA, Mr G. Kishan Reddy, has said that Mr Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy would be the last Chief Minister of the Congress party in the State.
Mr Kishan Reddy, who came here on Tuesday to take part in the national executive meeting of Kisan Morcha, said that though several months have elapsed after he was installed as Chief Minister, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy has failed to tighten screws over the Council of Ministers and confined himself to his chambers. “It was a pity on the part of the Chief Minster for not being able to have a grip over his Council of Ministers”, he added. He also alleged that over the last one month, the State government has thrown welfare of common people and other important issues pertaining to grievances of public to the wind and totally immersed in the Kadapa by-polls as its sole agenda.
Mr Kishan Reddy claimed that the law and order in the State has deteriorated on account of the failure of the State government. Training his guns at the Home Minister, Ms P. Sabitha Indra Reddy, the BJP leader said that she has totally failed to have total control over the Police department. (NSS)