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AP set for better future, says Ram Mohan Naidu


TDP Member of Parliament Ram Mohan Naidu Kinjarapu said that the massive defeat of YSRCP in the graduate MLC elections, is a clear indication that the people reject the divisive and violent rule of Jagan Mohan Reddy. These elections are a referendum on 4 years of YSRCP rule as these graduate MLC constituencies together represent 108 Assembly Constituencies.

Despite YSRCP’s attempts to manipulate the voter list, create fake voters, and use violence, TDP scored astonishing victories in Uttarandhra and Rayalaseema regions. The Rayalaseema region is considered the bastion of sitting CM Jagan Reddy, he said and added that Jagan’s YSRCP had lost the election now in the region.

Fed up with Jagan’s ruling, the message from the people is clear – they want Chandrababu Naidu to come back as CM and bring the state out of the crisis created since YSRCP came to power in 2019.

The MLC election results also show that Jagan should not have messed with the government employees or betrayed the youth.

Jagan betrayed the youth on his promise of a job calendar and Mega DSC after becoming Chief Minister and he harassed government employees, especially teachers who were asking for timely salary, DA arrears, PRC, and revoking of CPS, Ram Mohan Naidu pointed out.

This victory has energized TDP rank and file to work with an even stronger resolve and sweep all 175 seats in 2024 elections and rebuild AP for a better future, he said.

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Blaming Chandrababu always will not help, say TDP MP


“Blaming TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu is not going to help the YSR Congress. Even after three years in power, Jagan Mohan Reddy and his party leaders are living on pointing an accusing finger at Chandrababu Naidu for everything. It will not fetch them even a single vote in the next election,” said TDP MP, K Ram Mohan Naidu.

Speaking to media persons in Delhi on Tuesday, the TDP MP found fault with chief minister Jagan Mohan Reddy for blaming Chandrababu Naidu during his visit to the flood-hit areas of Dr Ambedkar Konaseema district. He said Jagan Mohan Reddy had gone to the victims after the crisis was over while Naidu visited them when they were struggling for survival in the floods.

The TDP MP felt that Jagan Mohan Reddy would have consoled the victims and have done something good for the people during his visit. But, the chief minister had dedicated his time only to point an accusing finger at Chandrababu Naidu, he said.

Referring to AP finance minister Buggana Rajendranath’s me4dia conference in Delhi on Tuesday, the TDP MP said that the finance minister had tried to mislead people with cooked-up information. He wondered why the finance minister had come all the way from Andhra Pradesh to the national capital by a flight only to speak about Chandrababu Naidu.

“Andhra Pradesh is caught in debts. There is no money. The officials are struggling for survival with empty coffers. Why did the finance minister spend so much money to travel by air to Delhi? He could have saved that money for some programme or the other,” the MP heckled.

He blamed the YSR Congress for not speaking anything in the Parliament about the special category status or the privatisation of the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant. He said that the party had betrayed the people of Andhra Pradesh by being silent on the key issues concerning the state.

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TDP MP Ram Mohan Naidu seeks paternity leave from Om Birla


Telugu Desam Party (TDP) leader and Srikakulam MP Ram Mohan Naidu Kinjarapu has wriiten to Speaker Om Birla seeking paternity leave for nine days from the Lok Sabha during the ongoing Budget Session.

He wishes to be by his wife as she is expected to give birth soon.

“I am elated to inform you that my wife and I are expecting to welcome our child into this world sometime in the next week. Therefore, I would like to request paternity leave of nine days between January 29 and February 10,” wrote Naidu.

As his wife is in her last trimester, Naidu said he is eager to be by her side for a few days after the birth of the baby as well.

“In addition to nutrition, nurturing relationships and a secure environment in the early days of a child’s life shape its wellbeing and cognitive development,” he said.

The TDP leader also pointed out that childcare should not solely be the responsibility of the mother and said that he looks forward to being an equal contributor in the care and progress of his child.

He also cited his Parliament track record and reminded Birla that he attended regularly and participated in debates and questions.

Naidu said he will follow the Parliament sessions remotely to update himself on the discussion and developments, and promised to return to the Lok Sabha on February 11.

The MP concluded the letter saying he would look forward to Birla’s permission. However, there was no mention of the date of writing this letter.

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Jagan statements in PM Modi meet immature and painful: TDP MP


Telugu Desam Party MP K. Ram Mohan Naidu has termed AP Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy’s claims of lesser COVID-19 threat to AP in his presentation to Prime Minister Modi as immature and politically motivated.

He questioned the rationale for AP CM to tell the Prime Minister that lockdown restrictions would be enough in some specific zones only in Andhra Pradesh but not the entire state.

Mr. Ram Mohan Naidu reminded CM of the fact that his Orissa counterpart had already extended lockdown till April-end even though the neighbouring state reported only 50 Corona cases for a population of 4.5 crore while AP had reported over 400 cases for a population of 5 crore. PM Modi has been speaking to experts, industrialists, doctors and now to Chief Ministers of all states to contain the epidemic, while Jagan Reddy is avoiding everybody and making painful decisions.

Mr. Ram Mohan Naidu accused the AP CM of continuing his stubborn stand which was to downplay and ignore Coronavirus threat from the beginning. This was why the CM targetted and finally removed State Election Commissioner N Ramesh Kumar regardless of Ramesh Kumar’s mature decision to postpone the local body elections depending on the situation at that time. Even now, Mr. Jagan Reddy is not leaving his non-serious attitude with regard to the need for eradicating COVID-19 disease from the state.

Stating that vendetta politics would be more disastrous in a time of virus epidemic, Mr. Ram Mohan Naidu said that YSRCP’s narrow-minded governance was evident once again from how secret GOs were used to remove Ramesh Kumar from SEC post. While Ramesh Kumar displayed foresight to avoid health crisis in AP by postponing elections, the CM continued to target him with a personal vengeance. The YSRCP government should not ignore virus threat any further considering how world countries and different states like Orissa are taking most serious preventive measures.
Mr. Ram Mohan Naidu demanded that the AP government should at least now give Rs. 5,000 as asked by TDP National President Chandrababu Naidu for poor families as they would suffer even more if the expected extension of nationwide lockdown becomes true. There are also fears that the lockdown restrictions would be continued for the next four to five months in view of the unchecked rise in Corona cases in different parts of the country.

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