People in AP are against Jagan, says BJP leader


BJP AP unit general secretary S Vishnuvardhan Reddy said that the people in Andhra Pradesh are against the YSR Congress government and were waiting for the opportunity to send the party out of power in the elections.

Vishnuvardhan Reddy said that the mood of the people was seen by the BJP all through the 175 Assembly and 25 Parliament constituencies where the party held Praja Poru meetings in the last one week. The party had conducted 7,000 public meetings all over the state and the programme concluded on October 2.

He further said that the BJP met cross sections of the people during the programme and interacted with them. People, particularly the youth, were complaining against the state government’s failure to create jobs. The unemployment problem is haunting the youth of the state and the younger generations were up in arms against the government, he said.

People were also unhappy with the government with the ever increasing prices. The Jagan Mohan Reddy government had failed to keep the prices under control, he said. He blamed chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy for not releasing funds to the local bodies. Stating that the Central government had released funds to the state for the panchayat raj and urban local bodies, the BJP general secretary blamed the state government for diverting them.

He also said that they have noticed unrest among the people about the bad roads in the state. This government had failed to lay the roads in the last three years, he said, adding that the government could not even complete repairs to the damaged roads.

The BJP leader said that there was unrest among the people all over the state and asserted that they would all vote against the YSR Congress in the next elections. He also predicted that the YSR Congress would lose power in the next elections only because of its failures.

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