Credibility, honesty lacking in Naidu's rule, alleges Jagan

YSRCP leader Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Tuesday said credibility and honesty were lacking in Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu’s rule. He asked people to support him to bring these qualities back into the political system.

Addressing a mammoth gathering at the Deluxe centre near the Bipin Chandra Paul Chowk (Kotipalli bus stand), he said people should not forgive a person who deceived them with false promises. “There should be a system where the person in power should resign if he fails to keep his election promises,” he said.

He said Mr. Naidu had been cheating people on Amaravati and Polavaram for the last four and half years. He said the diaphragm wall dedicated on Monday was only the foundation of a project .

He recalled that his party MLA late Vaddi Veerabhadra Rao of the Kadiyam constituency undertook a 3,000-km cycle yatra for the project. He asked the Chief Minister how he would complete it by next year “which needs another Rs. 44,500 crore”.

‘Corrupt leaders’

Mr. Jagan came down on Minister K.S. Jawahar, Rajamahendravaram Rural MLA Gorantla Butchaiah Chowdary and MP Maganti Muralimohan during his speech which was well received by the YSRCP cadre. He alleged that the trio and other TDP leaders had become kingpins of the sand mafia sharing kickbacks with Collectors, Nara Lokesh and Mr. Naidu. He also lashed out at the Chief Minister for large scale corruption during the Godavari pushkarams and held him responsible for the death of 29 people at the Pushkara Ghat.

He said Mr. Naidu would come to the people in the next election with a lucrative promise like offering Rs. 3,000 to 5,000 per vote and asked people not to say “no” to it but vote according to their conscience. He said by God’s grace and public support, if he comes to power, he would give Rs. 3 lakh as loan on housing for the poor and also redefine “Arogyasri”, introduced by his father.

Rajamahendravaram city and rural conveners Rowthu Suryaprakasha Rao, Akula Veerraju, greater convener Kandula Durgesh and YSRCP central committee member Jakkampudi Vijayalakshmi were present.

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