Hyderabad: The TPCC election committee has decided to write to the leaders who Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao is meeting to form the Federal Front, that “democracy was killed” in the state during the recent Assembly elections.
Mr Marri Shashidhar Reddy, TPCC election committee head, said, “The Election Commission was completely managed by the TRS and Mr Rao killed democracy in the state.”
“Who are the officials responsible for the deletion of names from the voters list? Action should be taken against them. The Election Commission has not taken action on anyone till now. They worked as the agents for the TRS,” he said on Friday,
Mr Shashidhar Reddy claimed, “Mr Rao thanked the Election Commission in the Cabinet meeting too. He thanked the EC because the officials worked for him. The Central Election Commission also worked in favour of the TRS.”
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