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AIYF ‘people's ballot' wants State out

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NALGONDA: The Nalgonda district unit of All-India Youth Federation (AIYF) on Wednesday conducted a people's ballot to assess the State Government's performance in the context of its ‘all-round failure'.

Seeking opinion

Activists from the federation distributed ballots and placed two sealed boxes near the local bus-stand in the heart of the town seeking opinion from people as to whether the government has a right to continue or not.

According to Shravan Kumar, district AIYF secretary, the ruling dispensation could not continue in office as the administration has been paralyzed because of ‘internal squabbles among the leaders and their craze for power'.

The federation contends that development has suffered because of increasing instances of corruption and shrinking of welfare measures.

It alleges that the government cannot take a decision on the contentious Telangana issue, placing the State on the path of instability.

People's mandate

Recently, the federation alleged, the ruling party declined to face a no-confidence motion in the Assembly.

Hence, the need for a peoples mandate on the continuance of the government.

He said of the 5,640 ballots received only 40 wanted the Government to continue, while 5,600 were against it.

In Suryapet town all 2,400 persons who voted favoured ouster of the Kiran Kumar Reddy dispensation.

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