Jagan will be defeated if he goes for early polls: Chandrababu

TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday alleged that YS Jaganmohan Reddy had plunged the state into steep debts


GUNTUR: TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday alleged that YS Jaganmohan Reddy had plunged the state into steep debts while turning a blind eye to the problems of farmers and harassing the opposition party leaders. He said that Jagan had no right to continue in the position of the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh even for a day.

As part of the Palnadu district tour, Chandrababu Naidu visited the flood-affected areas and inspected the crops that were damaged in heavy rains over the last few months. Naidu, after eliciting information on crop loss, said that the cotton crop in 2.52 lakh acres and the chili crop in 1.50 lakh acres of land was damaged.

Speaking on the occasion, the TDP chief once again lashed out at the YSRCP government led by Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy, accusing him of ignoring the problems of the farmers who lost their crops. Naidu found fault with the MLAs and officials who did not even express their solidarity with the farmers besides not taking any steps to assure the farmers of government support.

Naidu took a dig at the chief minister saying that it was the responsibility of him to send the officials to evaluate the losses incurred by the farmers. He said that disbursing the money in the name of welfare schemes would not serve the problem, instead, he should visit and see things at the field level to understand the problems of the farmers. Naidu alleged that the Chief Minister had not provided insurance to the farmers.

Slamming YS Jaganmohan Reddy over the false cases being filed against the opposition party leaders, Naidu said that the former had to focus on the problems of farmers instead of harassing the leaders. He said that he had come down to Vijayawada on Wednesday to express solidarity with Pawan Kalyan who, he alleged, was harassed by the government and urged all the parties to unite and save the state from the grasp of the YSRCP men.

The TDP chief, in response to allegations of politics of bloodshed, said that he did not know such filthy politics and made clear that he was a man who sent shivers down the spines of corrupt people. He recalled YS Jagan's double standards in demanding a CBI inquiry into his uncle YS Vivekananda Reddy's murder case. He said that the CBI claims that the allegations leveled by Sunitha Reddy, daughter of Viveka, were true.

The TDP chief Chandrababu predicted that even if Jagan went for early elections, people would defeat the YSRCP.

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