There has been mixed reactions from common people as well as YSRCP cadres on Jagan’s meeting with KTR. Even though both TRS and YSRCP leaders are saying the meeting is only about federal front and national politics, people of Andhra Pradesh are believing that KCR wants to involve in AP elections as Chandrababu Naidu tried to put his fingers in Telangana during 2018 election.
Today Botsa Satyanarayana, YSRCP leader, convened a press meet to justify Jagan joining hands with TRS. Before this, TDP leaders have been reminding people about the injustice meted out to state of Andhra Pradesh because of bifurcation and also the rude comments made by KCR during Telangana movement. Botsa Satyanarayana responded on this propaganda and questioned TDP, ” if TRS is such a bad political party for Andhra Pradesh, why TDP tried to ally with that party before election”. He reminded, Chandrababu Naidu himself announced that he tried his level best to ally with TRS but KCR rejected his proposal.
It seems YSRCP leaders are trying their level best to defend the decision of their supremo. We will have to wait and see what will be the impact of this decision.
Former Congress MP and current YSRCP leader Botsa Satyanarayana questioned the government’s commitment towards serving the people of Andhra Pradesh. In a press meet, Botsa questioned what steps the AP Govt. took regarding the widespread of diarrhea in Guntur district.
‘10 people lost their lives because of diarrhea in Guntur. Even then, no preventive measures are being taken. I really doubt whether AP is being run by any government or not.
Moreover, it is really sad to hold lower-level officers responsible for the deaths due to diarrhea. Whoever is seeing the Health Ministry should be immediately suspended from the State Cabinet. How can government act so irresponsibly, when diarrhea is present close to CM, ministers, and secretaries residences?
Is the government interested only in horse-trading? Why is it not bothered about people’s problems?’, questioned Botsa Satyanarayana in a press meet.
More than 90 people have been admitted to Guntur district hospital after water contamination triggered diarrhea. 10 deaths have been officially confirmed due to diarrhea in the past 10 days in Guntur.