YS Jagan tears into TDP, says Pawan Kalyan owns patent for foul mouth

YS Jagan claimed that Pawan Kalyan, the foster son of Chandrababu Naidu had got a patent for foul mouth. He said that he could not stoop so low

YS Jagan tears into TDP, says Pawan Kalyan owns patent for foul mouth

PARVATIPURAM: Hitting hard at the TDP and its friendly media, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that the ‘gang of four’ had added the fourth to the famous pictorial maxim of three monkeys and defaced the earlier one propagated by Mahatma Gandhi. He said that the gang had reversed the original version of ‘see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil’ and brought in the fourth one of ‘doing no good’.

Addressing a public gathering after disbursing Amma Vodi funds at Kurupam on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said that Chandrababu Naidu, along with his friendly media and adopted son, Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan, had been following Gandhi's principle in reverse by ‘seeing, speaking and hearing all the evil’ besides ‘doing evil’ in addition. The foursome were the four monkeys which always followed the principle of ‘not seeing the good happening around, not hearing about good things, not speaking good and not doing any good to people’.

“The TDP, which stands for ‘Tinuko, Dochuko and Panchuko’ (devour, loot and stash), along with its friendly media and adopted son, has been doing all the evil and spreading venom against us,” YS Jagan said. Taking a dig at Pawan Kalyan, he said that the man, who did not question his alliance partner during all the five years since 2014, had now embarked on a truck and started reading from the script given to him by others and parroting lines that he failed to ask the earlier dispensation.

"Pawan Kalyan can change verses and wives effortlessly, which is not possible for others. Insulting the institution of marriage is his patent. Atop his truck, he has been using abusive language. He cannot control his tongue, swings and shakes a lot and cannot stand still," the Chief Minister said. The actor-turned-politician has been behaving like a possessed person and making cheap and derogatory comments, YS Jagan criticised.

“The foster son of Chandrababu, Pawan Kalyan, has got a patent for foul mouth. But I can’t act like him. I can’t indulge in rowdyism nor can I deliver punch dialogues. In 2014, Chandrababu Naidu won the elections with the backing of package star Pawan Kalyan but after assuming power, he threw the election manifesto into the dustbin and cheated all sections of the people and the regions,” the Chief Minister said.

YS Jagan said that they had now joined hands with the sole aim of taking the people for a ride once again. “For this, they are adding more dramatic elements to their false promises and fake manifesto this time. Unlike the foundations of the TDP, which drew strength from the policy of plunder, stash and devour, lies and backstabbing, the foundations of YSRCP grew stronger during the 3,648-km-long Padatyatra and Odarpu Yatra,” he said.

YS Jagan also stated that they were further strengthened by the pillars of the welfare of farmers, social justice, revolutionary changes in education, distribution of house site pattas to the poor, empowerment of women, decentralised governance and administration of transparent civic services. In the last four years, the Government spent Rs 2,23,000 crores transparently on DBT welfare schemes benefiting all sections of society, he said, asking the people to ponder why the TDP failed to do so in its rule.

Asserting that the only philosophy of the YSRCP was to ‘do good to the people’, the Chief Minister said that he was only depending on people and God. “I don’t have the media that spreads Goebbels’ theories, I don’t have political alliances and I don’t have foster sons to stand by me. Still, I am fighting a war for justice with demons who are trying to divide the society,” he told the people, asking them to bring victory to the YSRCP in the next elections if they were convinced that they had benefitted from the welfare schemes.

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