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YSR Congress to have more coordinators

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held a meeting with the Constituency Observers, District Presidents and Regional Coordinators at his camp office here on Thursday.

The meeting was called for an orientation to explain the action plan on how the regional coordinators, district party presidents and constituency observers should work in coordination to strengthen the party cadre from grass root levels. Such a network will ensure the target of 175 out of 175 seats. This network should be strengthened and conveners should be appointed up to village and ward secretariat level, he said.

The procedures will be prescribed to the General Coordinators, Party Presidents and Observers while the MLAs are already participating in the door to door campaign to reach out to the public and ensure the implementation of welfare schemes, he said, adding that they are also visiting at least 4 to 5 secretariats per month.

Along with the door-to-door campaign initiated by the government, the party activities should continue in the village and ward secretariats. A programme has been designed to meet 1.66 crore families on behalf of the party in 10-15 days. For this 50 families will be mapped and a male and a female cadre will be in charge to carry the party message besides providing publicity materials.

Under village and ward secretariats there will also be three conveners for the party and at least one of them should be a woman. Those having political awareness and are active should be appointed as conveners. Two such people should look after every 50 houses covering 15,000 villages.

Elaborating on the networking, he said, there will be 45,000 conveners in all the village and ward secretaries. Initially, three conveners should be appointed for 15,000 secretariats who will later appoint in-charges for MLAs or Assembly constituencies. The party observers will ensure the implementation of the process in a proper manner.

Our hard work will yield the desired results. During out three and a half year term, 92 per cent of the households in rural areas and up to 80 percent in urban areas were benefitted out our welfare schemes. The regional coordinators should dust off any minor issues and the cadre should be united and take forward the good record of our governance to every household of the State, he said.

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Jagan remembered BCs after 4 years, says Naidu

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TDP national president and former chief minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, on Thursday said that ‘Idemi Kharma’ is the right title for the prevailing condition of the State now.

Addressing the roadshow at Narakoduru in Ponnur Assembly segment as part of the ‘Idemi Kharama’ programme, Chandrababu said “Till the other day we have organised Badude-Badudu programme and now we have started Idemi Kharma.”

Stating that Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, suddenly remembered Backward Classes (BCs) four years after coming to power, Chandrababu said that the public attended Jagan’s meeting on Wednesday only due to the fear that the welfare programmes will be discontinued but not willingly.

The situation is totally different with regard to the TDP meetings, he said, adding that the public is gathering voluntarily at the TDP meetings. Making it clear that he has come to Ponnur only to meet the farmers and the youth but not to seek their support to again become the chief minister, Chandrababu said that “The State no longer needs rule by psychos and needs the regime of the Cycle.”

Pointing out that the family members of Dhulipala Narendra Kumar have won the polls from this Assembly segment for seven times, he said that illegal cases have been filed against Narendra, who won five times from here successively.

Chandrababu called upon the people to join hands to unitedly wage a fight to save the State from this psycho rule and that he will lead them. “Unless you are alert it is difficult to protect the State from these psychos,” he added.

Calling Jagan as an Amul Baby, the TDP supremo said that the Chief Minister likes Amul very well.

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Jagan failed to review law and order even once, says Varla Ramaiah

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Sexual assaults in the name of love by misusing technology are being reported regularly in the State after the YSRCP came to power, said the TDP leaders. Party politburo member, Varla Ramaiah, along with others participated in the last rites of Tapasvi, a medico who was a victim to the sexual assault by her own boyfriend.

Vala Ramaiah, told media persons that the present-day youth are completely misusing technology for committing crimes like sexual assaults. In the past three-and-half years, Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, did not conduct even a single review meeting on law and order.

“Where is the need for such a government which is not bothered about the safety of people, particularly women,” Ramaiah said. Youth is misusing the technology only to cheat the girls in the name of love. Boys are alluring and enticing girls using technology and the case of Tapasvi, who fell victim to this, is a classic example of this, Ramaiah added.

Such incidents are being reported regularly from almost all parts of the State, he said and asked what this government is doing. “Yesterday it was Ramya and today it is Tapasvi, who fell victim to the sexual onslaught in the name of love,” he stated.

Expressing serious concern that the Police Department is not able to maintain the law and order in the State, Ramaiah said that had the police taken timely action after Tapasvi lodged a complaint, she would not have fallen victim to the artificial love. “The police are mainly interested in serving the Chief Minister and harassing the Opposition parties’ leaders,” he added.

Besides Ramaiah, former chairperson of the Mahila Commission, Nannapaneni Raja Kumari, former zilla parishad chairperson, Gadde Anuradha, and TDP incharge for Pamarru, Varla Kumar Raja, took part in the cremation of Tapasvi.

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Jagan says BCs are his backbone classes

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that the Backward Classes are the backbone classes for his YSR Congress. He said that the BCs have been a strong support for his party, and he had repaid them with due share in all posts.

The chief minister addressed the Jayaho BC conclave in Vijayawada on Wednesday, where he came down heavily on the opposition TDP comparing his regime with that of the TDP. He said that the TDP had used the BCs only as vote bank while the YSR Congress had been giving them greater representation in all posts and welfare programmes.

He said that his government had constituted a BC Commission for the first time in the country on a permanent basis. He further said that he had been working for the socio-economic and political development of the BCs. He claimed that his party was strictly implementing the BC declaration given in Eluru in 2019.

He emphasised that BCs are not iron boxes, sewing machines, tools, they are backbone castes. The YSRCP government has given priority to SC, ST and BC minorities in every step. Out of eight Rajya Sabha nominees, majority of them were given to BCs, he said.

Out of 84 Municipal Chairpersons, 44 are SC, ST, BC and Minorities. Out of 137 Corporation Chairpersons, 79 are SC, ST, BC and Minority. 76 out of 196 agriculture marketing committee chairman posts are from BC’s, he said.

Around 58 percent of the 137 chairman posts in government corporations are held by BC, SC, ST and minorities. BC, SC, ST and Minorities hold 86 percent of the mayor posts and 58 percent of the 484 director posts are BC, SC, ST and minorities. Among the 1.30 lakh employees in the village secretariats, 84 percent are SC, ST, BC and Minorities. Around 84 percent of the 30 lakh house titles have been given to SC, ST, BC and minorities, he said.

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Jagan, Naidu to attend Modi meet on G20

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Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and leader of Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu are attending a meeting in the national capital on Monday evening. The meeting is convened by the Central government where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address.

The meeting is convened to discuss the agenda for the G20 nation’s meeting scheduled to be held at the end of 2023 with Modi becoming its president this year. Modi took over as the president of the G20 nations in the first week of December 2022.

This is perhaps for the first time that both Jagan Mohan Reddy and Chandrababu Naidu are attending a meeting together. The Union government had invited the chief ministers and senior politicians in the country for the meeting to give their views for the next G20 meeting to be held in the country.

Jagan Mohan Reddy had been a trusted friend of the BJP ever since he won the elections in the 2019 battle. He refused to be part of the BJP-led NDA alliance but had been giving his support to the NDA whenever it was needed.

Jagan Mohan Reddy’s support became crucial for the BJP in the Rajya Sabha, where the ruling NDA is running short of numbers. Thus, the relationship between Modi and Jagan is visibly healthy.

On the other hand, Chandrababu Naidu broke the alliance with the BJP in 2018 and is now working hard to restore the relationship.

It is to be seen if BJP extends an olive branch to Chandrababu Naidu for the 2024 general election or not. It is interesting to note that Chandrababu Naidu had said that 2014 results would be repeated in the 2024 elections. This would mean restoration of alliance among the TDP, BJP and Jana Sena.

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Jagan govt driving away companies: Chandrababu Naidu

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A day after Amara Raja Batteries announced plans to invest Rs 9,500 crore in Telangana to set up research and manufacturing facilities for lithium-ion battery, Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president N. Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday alleged that Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government in Andhra Pradesh is driving away companies.

Amara Raja, whose chairman and managing director is TDP MP Galla Jayadev, on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the government of Telangana.

Former chief minister Naidu said in a span of 4 decades, Amara Raja became become the pride of Andhra Pradesh by creating direct and indirect employment to over 1 lakh families in Rayalaseema region.

The 1 billion dollar company is now leaving its home state and looking out for opportunities in neighboring states that are more than happy to host with Rs 9,500 crore as investment, he said.

“Through its state-sponsored terrorism, YSRCP is achieving its goal to kill both jobs and economy. When states are competing with each other to attract companies, Andhra Pradesh is earning a notorious reputation for driving away companies, taking back lands, harassing them with raids and refusal of permissions,” tweeted the former chief minister.

He alleged that in the case of Amara Raja, the Jagan government went a step further by stopping power supply to its plants.

He said even court orders have been disrespected with non-compliance. Just for the sake of harassing a political opponent, the Jagan government is destroying the state’s reputation and potential, he said.

“He will not be forgiven for his betrayal of people’s mandate. History will not be kind to this monster of a man,” added Naidu.

Meanwhile, YSRCP has hit back at Chandrababu Naidu.

YSRCP parliamentary party leader V. Vijayasai Reddy wondered if Chandrababu Naidu can’t even persuade his own MPs to invest in Andhra Pradesh, how can he talk about getting foreign investments to the state.

“The 9,500 crore investment of Amara Raja Batteries in Telangana shows the opportunism of TDP leaders,” said the Rajya Sabha member.

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Naidu calls Jagan a psycho, asks people to save AP

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Former chief minister and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu called chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy as a psycho. He made an appeal to the people to save Andhra Pradesh from the psycho leader.

Chandrababu Naidu addressed a street meeting at Nidadavole town of East Godavari district on Friday where he wanted the people to drive away the demon and cleanse the state. He said that Jagan Mohan Reddy had destroyed the state and felt that he should rebuild it after the 2024 elections.

The TDP chief also alleged that Jagan Mohan Reddy as a psycho was encouraging psychos in every village in the state to harass people and the opposition leaders. These psychos were destroying the state, Naidu alleged.

Chandrababu Naidu said that he is working hard to save the future of the younger generations. He said that the youth of the state have lost all hopes with the destructive administration of Jagan Mohan Reddy. He felt that time had come for him to save the state from the psycho leader Jagan Mohan Reddy.

The TDP chief said that the industries were not coming to the state. On the other hand, existing industries were leaving the state. He cited the plans of Amar Raja Batteries which is planning to invest Rs 9,500 crore in Telangana state.

He also said that several industries were planning to move out of the state because of Jagan Mohan Reddy. He also cited the exit of Jockey Industry from the state due to the harassment by the YSR Congress psycho leaders.

He wanted the people to drive away Jagan Mohan Reddy in the next election or else all investments and industries would go away from the state. He emphasised the need to save the state and the industries. He wanted everyone from the state to vote against Jagan Mohan Reddy and bring TDP back to power.

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Naidu accuses Jagan of betraying SHG women

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TDP chief and leader of opposition N Chandrababu Naidu alleged that chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy had betrayed the women of the Self-Help Groups. He said that the chief minister was using the SHGs only as a crowd for the government meetings.

Chandrababu Naidu, who is currently touring the undivided West Godavari district for the past two days held an interactive session with the SHG women at Kovvuru. He told them how he had introduced the Dwacra groups in the 1990s when he was the chief minister. He said that these groups have become a model for every state in the country.

Chandrababu Naidu said that he tried to make women entrepreneurs by encouraging them to start self-business. The government had supported the women groups with the financial assistance, he said and all the groups in the state were given the bank linkage during his tenure as the chief minister.

However, the successive governments were using the women groups only to attend the public meetings of the chief ministers. The TDP chief also said that Jagan Mohan Reddy was giving money to the people by one hand and taking it back with increased prices by the second hand.

He enquired with the women about the welfare schemes that the Jagan Mohan Reddy government had initiated in the last three years. He said that Jagan Mohan Reddy had destroyed the state in just three years, while he built it brick by brick in the last five years after the bifurcation.

The TDP chief made an appeal to the women to stand by the TDP in the 2024 general elections and ensure that the party returned to power in the state. He felt that the future of the state would be safe only if the TDP is voted to power.

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AP govt to ready Village Clinics by Ugadi

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Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy told the officials to get the village clinics ready by Ugadi. He also told them to speed up the construction of the village clinics in the state.

The Chief Minister who held a meeting with the officials on Thursday reviewed the implementation of the pilot project of the family doctor concept that began on October 10. He told them to ensure that the staff should act as role model while taking up full responsibility for the distribution of medicines and giving suggestions on the diet to be followed by the patients.

He said there should be a full-fledged machinery to run the family doctor concept at the state, constituency and Mandal levels with senior officials monitoring the control rooms at the state and district levels to run the grievances and response system in a systematic manner. A special 104 number should be made available to receive the complaints from people on the medical and health issues and this number should be made available at all places including village clinics.

He asked them to make the women and child welfare department their partner in the implementation of the concept while filling up all vacancies and arranging 104 vehicles in sufficient numbers. He asked them to identify the children, pregnant women and lactating mothers suffering with anaemia and transfer the data to the Women and Child Welfare Department so that they would be supplied with nutritious food and proper medicines.

The Chief Minister directed the officials to use modern technology and prepare an app indicating the details of the network hospitals treating various diseases under the Aarogyasri Scheme and incorporating the details of the Family Doctor concept to create awareness among people. He wanted the officials to give tabs or mobiles to all staff members including the Aasha workers and ANMs to assist people on the medical necessities.

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Jagan has no right to continue in power any longer, says Bonda Uma

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Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy’s futile efforts got exposed with the recent order of the Supreme Court in the murder of his paternal uncle, Y S Vivekananda Reddy, said TDP politburo member, Bonda Umamaheswara Rao, on Tuesday.

Bonda Uma told media persons here that Jagan made several efforts using his power which ultimately proved futile and this is proved with the recent Supreme Court judgment in the murder case of his paternal uncle.

“How Jagan, who could not protect the fundamental rights of the petitioners in this case, can protect the rights of the people of the State,” Bonda Uma asked and said that Jagan has no right to continue in power any longer.

He said that the comments made by the Supreme Court in the murder case of Jagan’s uncle are a serious setback to him. Those involved in the murder have not been taken into custody till now and this indicates the inefficiency and failure of the Chief Miniter, he observed. The hearing of the case by the court has been transferred to Telangana and Jagan should feel ashamed of it, he added.

Jagan Reddy’s family members have admitted that he had made use of the murder of his uncle for his personal and political gains, Bonda Uma said adding that and asked what answer Jagan has for the questions raised by his sister, Sharmila.

The comments made by the Supreme Court that the evidence is destroyed in this case and Jagan knows pretty well who had destroyed the evidence, he remarked.

The Supreme Court also opined that the petitioners, who are close relations of Jagan, do not have protection for their rights in Andhra Pradesh, Bonda Uma pointed out and said that when the blood relations of the Chief Minister do not have protection to their rights in the State how the government can protect the rights of others.

Three witnesses in the murder case have already been done to death, the TDP leader said. Another witness, Dastagiri, who turned approver in the case, too is seeking protection as he is feeling threat to his life, he stated.

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Naidu heckles Jagan for shifting Viveka case to Telangana

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TDP supremo and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday heckled chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy as the Supreme Court shifted Y S Vivekananda Reddy murder case to Telangana. Naidu tweeted questioning Jagan Mohan Reddy on the supreme court decision.

“Is it not shame on you Mr Jagan Reddy as your own uncle’s murder case is shifted to another state, that too when you are the chief minister?” the TDP chief asked in his tweet. He said that Jagan’s own family members were not trusting him in the case and have sought transfer of the case to another state. This shows the credibility of Jagan Mohan Reddy, the TDP chief said.

The TDP chief said that they have been categorically stating that Jagan Mohan Reddy had killed his uncle for political gains. The case, which is now being heard at the local court in Kadapa district, the home district of Jagan Mohan Reddy. It would now be heard at the CBI court in Hyderabad as directed by the Supreme Court.

The TDP chief said that Jagan Mohan Reddy had killed his uncle and shifted the blame on the TDP during the 2019 general elections. He further said that the YSR Congress leaders have misled the people and gained sympathy by projecting the TDP as responsible for the murder.

Chandrababu Naidu wondered why Jagan Mohan Reddy could not get the facts in the murder while being the chief minister of the state for three and a half years.

Meanwhile, TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh also tweeted in his twitter handle saying that Uncle’s case was shifted to Hyderabad while son (Jagan) spent his jail term in Chanchalguda. He said that Jagan Mohan Reddy with his criminal brain was destroying the state of Andhra Pradesh. He made an appeal to the people to throw Jagan Mohan Reddy into the Chanchalguda jail once again after the 2024 general election.

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Setback to Jagan, SC shifts Viveka case to Telangana court

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It was a major setback for AP chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy as the Supreme Court on Tuesday transferred former MP Y S Vivekananda Reddy murder case to the Telangana court. The Supreme Court had directed the CBI officials to shift the case to the CBI court in Hyderabad.

The court direction came in the light of dissatisfaction expressed by the victim’s wife and daughter. The family members have been alleging that the Andhra Pradesh police and others were threatening the accused in the cases. They have also alleged that the AP police were not cooperating with the CBI to proceed further on investigation.

Vivekananda Reddy’s widow Sowbhagyamma and daughter Dr Sunitha Reddy have filed a petition in the Supreme Court seeking transfer of the case to any other state. Earlier, the CBI too had filed an affidavit in the court stating that the Andhra Pradesh police were not cooperating with them in investigation.

Reacting to all these, the Supreme Court expressed doubts over the murder of the former MP and former minister, who is paternal uncle of Jagan Mohan Reddy. The apex court found that the evidence in the case was destroyed by some people, while the accused are being saved.

Dr Sunitha Reddy alleged that the accused and the witnesses were turning hostile and her brother Jagan Mohan Reddy was not helping her to find the real culprits in the case. She made several representations to the CBI and the court on early completion of the investigation in vain.

Vivekananda Reddy was found dead in a pool of blood in his residence at Pulivendula on March 15, 2019. While Jagan Mohan Reddy alleged that the TDP leaders were behind the murder, the TDP had been accusing Jagan Mohan Reddy of killing his uncle for political mileage.

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Governor, Jagan participate in National Constitution Day celebrations

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Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that the State government has been working for ensuring social justice by implementing various welfare schemes in a most transparent manner by drawing inspiration from the constitution.

Jagan along with Governor Biswa Bhushan Harichandan participated in the National Constitution Day Celebrations held at Vijayawada on Saturday. They paid glowing tributes to the portrait of the Architect of the Constitution, Dr BR Ambedkar.

Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said that the Indian Constitution was drafted by Dr BR Ambedkar after studying the constitutions of 80 countries. The Constitution of India is very great and it is the rule book that teaches discipline to all. Our country is mixed with many castes and religions. For 72 years, this constitution has rewritten the history of social groups, he said.

Reiterating that the Constitution stands for the downtrodden, the Chief Minister said that the government is moving ahead with a number of welfare schemes to ensure that all sections are benefited in accordance with the Constitution and standing as a role model for other States. A 125-feet statue of Dr BR Ambedkar will be unveiled here in April 2023, he said.

Andhra Pradesh was the first state in the country which brought revolutionary changes in the society through Grama Swarajyam and by establishing Village/ Ward secretariats, the Chief Minister said, adding that around 50 percent of the nominated posts were designated to the BCs, SCs, STs and minorities.

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Jagan eyeing on private lands with land protection scheme, says Pattabhi

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Ever since the YSRCP came to power, Chief MInister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, has been eyeing on lands and now he has shifted his focus on private lands since the illegal occupancy of government lands is complete, said TDP spokesman, Kommareddy Pattabhiram, on Wednesday.

Talking to media persons, Pattabhiram said Jagan’s latest land protection (Bhu Rakshana) scheme is only aimed at forcibly occupying private lands in the State. Now people started thinking ‘Idemi Kharma’ (What is this ill-fate) and they should protect their own lands, Pattabhiram added.

The main purpose of the land protection scheme is who should occupy how much land and thus Jagan started uttering ‘Mee Bhumi, Naa Bhumi’ (Your land and our land), the TDP leader commented. What is the history of the Minister, Dharmana Prasada Rao, who shared the dais with Jagan at Narsannapet, he asked and pointed out that the Minister has illegally occupied the ex-servicemen’s lands by changing the land records.

There is no need to mention the encroachment of the lands by YSRCP MP, Viayasai Reddy, the TDP spokesman said adding that Visakha MP, MVV Satyanarayana, too has the history of forcibly occupying lands of others. Pattabhiram said that the new scheme has been launched only to have the details of the owners of the lands across the State and asked what is the need now to issue passbooks for the land owners afresh.

Stating that former chief minister, Chandrababu Naidu, issued the passbooks when Jagan didn’t have the knowledge about what is a passbook, Pattabhiram wanted the people to visit their lands regularly so that they will not be illegally occupied by the ruling party leaders. Jagan brought in the new laws and issued fresh GOs only to legalise the illegally occupied lands, particularly those lands owned by those who are staying abroad, he remarked.

Pattabhiram said that when Chandrababu’s public meetings are drawing massive crowds, only barricades are appearing at the public meetings of Jagan. As Chandrababu works for the welfare of the people, Jagan works for destroying the State, he stated.

The TDP leader asked how Jagan can compare himself with late NT Rama Rao. If Jagan has any respect for the late leader, how can he close the Anna Canteens and how will he change the name of the Health University, he asked. It is Chandrababu who is the political heir of the late NT Rama Rao and it is only the TDP that can give good governance to the State, he commented.

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Usurping Party, power is like land grabbing, says Jagan

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Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has taken to the epic Ramayana to liken landowners and land grabbers with Rama and Ravana and took the metaphor further to those who came to power on their own and those who usurped Party and power from others.

Speaking at the distribution of land title deeds at Narasannapet in Srikakulam district on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said people like MGR, NTR and Jagan have launched political parties and came to power on their own charisma and policies. However, there are others like Chandrababu Naidu who usurped the party and power from his father-in-law which is like land grabbing, he said.

While the earlier set of people is termed landowners the latter can be described as land grabber, the Chief Minister said. People supporting Ravana, who set his eye on Sita, should be called as demons and the friendly media of Chandrababu and Pawan Kalyan, are like dushta chathustayam (Gang of Four).

While Chandrababu Naidu, who did nothing during his term, has been carrying out false propaganda with his gang for political gains, we are implementing revolutionary programmes.

Reiterating the commitment to decentralization, the Chief Minister said, from three capitals to increasing the number of districts to 26 to setting up of village and ward secretariats we have been moving forward.

We have changed the rural landscape with the introduction of Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs), e-cropping, soil testing, village clinics, family doctor concept, English medium schools among others.

The State government is committed to development of all regions and send the message of accountability, while Chandrababu wanted to encourage regional disparities, Jagan Mohan Reddy said.

Never believe them or their propaganda and the only yardstick for giving mandate is the welfare every household has received. I trust my people and God only, he said.

In a democracy, people only believe those leaders who keep up their promises and Chandrababu was always found wanting on that count. One should think if betrayers should be given another chance to enter the assembly, he asked.

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Nadendla demands apology from Jagan on ‘black dress’

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Jana Sena political affairs committee chairman Nadendla Manohar on Tuesday asked chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy to apologise to the women whose black chunnis were removed by the police in Narsapur of West Godavari district when the chief minister visited the town.

Manohar who reached Visakhapatnam for his weeklong tour in Vizianagaram district told media persons that Jagan Mohan Reddy was losing peace of mind with people revolting against him everywhere. He questioned the chief minister for not allowing the men and women with black dress at the public meeting in Narsapur.

The Jana Sena leader said that the women were asked to leave their black dupatta at the check point and go inside. He wondered how the police could do such things to please the chief minister. He said that the chief minister owed an explanation and apology for this act.

He said that Jagan Mohan Reddy feared people attacking him and hence not coming out of his Tadepalli palace. Even when he is going outside, he is using curtains and rope parties due to fear of attack from the people, the Jana Sena leader said.

He also took strong exception to the chief minister calling Jana Sena as Rowdy Sena and said that all rowdies in the state were with the ruling YSR Congress. He sought to advise the chief minister to look at his own party and get to know the rowdies before making such comments on the Jana Sena.

He further said that Jana Sena does not require a conduct certificate from Jagan Mohan Reddy or any leader. He said that people would give any certificate to the political parties and Jana Sena has the certificate from the people.

Manohar said that the Jana Sena would strengthen its base in every village and get ready for the 2024 general election. He predicted the defeat of YSR Congress in the next election given the unrest seen among the people. He said every section of the people in the state were unhappy with Jagan Mohan Reddy’s government and were looking for change.

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Jagan turned AP into atrocious pradesh, says Pattabhi

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Telugu Desam Party (TDP) spokesman and party senior leader, Kommareddy Pattabhiram, on Monday said that Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, turned Andhra Pradesh into an atrocious pradesh.

Pointing to the recent RBI report, Pattabhiram told media persons that the report clearly mentioned that the State has witnessed destruction. Is this the reason that Jagan Mohan Reddy showed impatience at Narsapuram on Monday, Pattabhiram asked.

If he is received from the public so well, what is the need for barricading either side of the road that he travels and where is the necessity for such a tight security with thousands of policemen, the TDP leader questioned. Anger, impatience and hatred in Jagan have reached the peak stage, he stated.

On the other hand, former chief minister and TDP president, Nara Chandrababu Naidu’s meetings are drawing huge crowds wherever he goes, and the record gathering at the recent meeting in Kurnool is an indication that the people are angry at Jagan’s rule, Pattabhiram maintained. The people want Chandrababu Naidu to come back to power.

People were forcibly shifted for Jagan’s Monday meeting at Narsapuram, he said, adding that they left in the middle of the meeting as they were unable to hear the YSRCP leaders’ false promises. Jagan spewed venom at the latest programme being taken up by the TDP “Idemi Kharma-Ee Rashtraniki’, he stated.

Pattabhiram said that the people are not ready to bid goodbye to Chandrababu Naidu so easily as Jagan bid goodbye to his paternal uncle, Vivekannada Reddy.

The manufacturing and construction sectors too witnessed a total downfall while the industrial sector touched its rock-bottom level, Pattabhiram added. When industries like Jackie are leaving the State, how development is possible, the TDP spokesman asked and made it clear that the TDP will continue to expose the failures of the government.

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AP CM assures all help to state pilgrims injured in Kerala bus accident

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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday enquired about the condition of the pilgrims from the state who were injured in a bus accident in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala.

Eighty-four Ayyappa devotees from Madepalli of Eluru mandal were returning home from Sabarimala in two buses when one of the buses, carrying 44 devotees, met with an accident earlier in the day.

Reddy directed his officials to coordinate with the Pathanamthitta district officials and provide medical treatment to the injured and extend all possible help.

Andhra Pradesh government officials said that of the 18 Ayyappa devotees who got injured, two suffered serious injuries.

The injured are being treated at Kottayam Medical College Hospital and the rest were provided food and accommodation by the Pathanamthitta district officials.

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Naidu faces protest in Kurnool, dares Jagan to face him

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TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday faced some protests from the supporters of the three capitals in Kurnool district. The three capitals’ supporters, who included the ruling YSR Congress activists, gathered at the TDP office raising slogans against the TDP and in support of three capitals.

Chandrababu Naidu who was in the party office came down heavily on the police for allowing the YSR Congress activists to the TDP office. He accused the police of serving the political interests of the ruling YSR Congress. He asked the police officials to wear the YSR Congress uniform and serve the ruling party.

He also criticised chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy for instigating the party activists to target him during his visits to the districts. He said that the attacks on him by the ruling party activists show the fear in Jagan Mohan Reddy of losing the next elections.

The TDP chief accused Jagan Mohan Reddy of living in fear and police protection. He said that Jagan Mohan Reddy was provoking the YCP activists against the opposition leaders only to cover up his failures to develop the state in the last three years.

Chandrababu Naidu said that he had proposed a high court bench in Kurnool and asserted that Jagan Mohan Reddy could not do it in three years. He asked Jagan Mohan Reddy to accept his failure and step down so that the TDP would complete its dream projects in the state.

The TDP chief said that Jagan Mohan Reddy could not develop the projects that were planned and initiated by the TDP regime between 2014 and 2019.

Chandrababu Naidu made an appeal to the TDP supporters to be prepared to face the elections at any time. He wanted the people also to vote against the YSR Congress and ensure that the state is developed as per his plans and vision.

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Aqua sector caught in Jagan’s clutches, says Bonda Uma

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Corruption in the State reached its peak during the YSRCP rule, and the aqua sector caught in the clutches of Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, and other ruling party leaders, said TDP politburo member, Bonda Ummaheswara Rao, here on Friday.

Umamaheswara Rao told media persons that seed, feed, and export companies are being terrorised to pay ‘J’ tax amounting to Rs 5,000 cr per annum. The aqua farmer, who is investing Rs 300 per kg on an average, must resort to distress sale at Rs 170 per kg suffering huge losses, he added.

The aqua farming has reached to such a stage that a crop holiday must be announced now, Bonda Uma said, adding that the aqua farmers are being looted in the name of the committee that is appointed for their welfare. Corruption by the YSRCP leaders and the ‘J’ tax are destroying the sector, he stated.

After Jagan Mohan Reddy became the Chief Minister, every sector is facing deep trouble, Bonda Uma said, stating that even the cinema theatres are facing closure since the exhibitors and the distributors are being threatened. Observing that the party in power should encourage any sector not only to provide employment but also to generate revenue, Jagan Mohan Reddy is demolishing every field.

Aided colleges and schools are no exception, he said and added that attempts are being made to illegally occupy assets worth Rs 10,000 cr of the aided colleges. The assets of the Loyola College and the properties of a church in Visakhapatnam are under threat, Umamaheswara Rao stated.

Lakhs of families dependent on aqua farming are now facing a serious threat of losing employment, he observed. Jagan never fulfilled even a single promise made to the people of the State and the ruling party leaders know only how to make money through illegal means, he remarked.

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