YSRCP government is on the verge of collapse, alleges Devineni Uma
Former minister Devineni Uma, a prominent leader of the Telugu Desam Party, has been freed from Rajahmahendravaram prison. Addressing the media after his release, the former minister has alleged that the police had not permitted him to go on the road, even though he is trying to offer prayers to Lord Hanuman from the road point near the temple at Hanuman junction. He chastised CM YS Jagan for shutting the Hanuman temple and questioned if it was the Raja Reddy's administration in power. He has questioned the Jagan government for advance house arresting his party leaders in thirteen districts throughout the state. Devineni Uma has questioned what the YSRCP government has accomplished by imprisoning TDP leaders Atchen Naidu, Kollu Ravindra, Rama Krishna Reddy, including him. 'This government is on the verge of collapsing,' the former minister alleged.