Sharmila Security: On Wednesday, February 7th, Y. S. Sharmila, President of the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC), criticized the Jagan Mohan Reddy government for its perceived neglect in responding to her party’s request to enhance her security amidst perceived threats.
Speaking to the press at Gannavaram airport en route to a public gathering in Guntur, she emphasized her need to travel across the state as APCC president. Sharmila asserted that it was the government’s responsibility to ensure her adequate security. Expressing disappointment over the lack of response to her party’s request, she highlighted the disregard for her position and gender.
Sharmila raised concerns about the government’s commitment to democracy, questioning whether it had forgotten the principles of democratic governance. She further challenged the government, questioning its obligation to provide security not only to itself but also to leaders of opposition parties.
With skepticism about the government’s intentions, Sharmila pondered whether it was waiting for an unfortunate incident to occur before taking action. She condemned the perceived lack of democratic values and protection for opposition leaders in the current state of affairs.
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