Atchennaidu condemns Kuppam incidents, warns of laying siege to CM's house
Atchennaidu has warned the State Government with severe consequences if action was not taken against the YSRCP leaders
AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh TDP state President Atchennaidu has warned the State Government with severe consequences if action was not taken against the YSRCP leaders. He accused the YSRCP leaders of destroying the peaceful atmosphere in Kuppam. Terming the incidents in Kuppam as a reflection of an undemocratic rule, he claimed that Jagan's YSRCP would be defeated in all the 175 constituencies in the next elections.
Atchennaidu said that in three and a half years, everything including Anna canteens, where food is served, was closed. He alleged that even though the police were informed a week in advance about Chandrababu's visit to Kuppam, no security arrangements were made and asked the police whether the opposition leader had the right to visit his constituency.
He alleged that this attack was done on the directions of Jagan and claimed that the law and order situation in the state had completely deteriorated. He warned that, if action was not taken against the accused in Thursday's incident in Kuppam, they would lay siege to the DGP's office as well as the Chief Minister's house. "The ranks of the Telugu Desam Party are not intimidated by the threats of the YSRCP leaders and ready for any fight for the sake of people," he said.