CM asks YS Jagan to convince KCR for no objection on SCS to AP
Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu demanded the opposition leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy to convince the TRS manifesto to place in it that there is no objection for them on SCS to Andhra Pradesh if they are really committed for the purpose.
Nellore: Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu demanded the opposition leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy to convince the TRS manifesto to place in it that there is no objection for them on SCS to Andhra Pradesh if they are really committed for the purpose. He addressed the public at Duttalur in Udayagiri constituency as part of his poll campaign on Wednesday.
He said Jagan is an accused in 31 crimes and he would induce them to involve in small crimes initially and finally sends to the jail. He asked the people whether they want golden future with TDP rule or jail life electing 'Kodikathi' party. He said many companies were closed down and IAS officers also went to jail because of his crimes.
Chandrababu said Modi defined Polavaram as ATM but they had proved to be ATW (Any Time Water). He asked the participants whether they were benefitted with demonetization, GST and others. He said nothing would happen if Jagan, KCR and Modi joins together until voters support him. CM said Jagan is submitting daily report to the KCR and getting money from him for cheating the people.
Chandrababu mentioned about huge list of schemes meant for women during his tenure and asked them to continue the benefits supporting him once again. He said freshly they had deposited Rs. 1,350 Cr to the farmers as part of Annadatha sukhibhava scheme on Wednesday. He also said 17,500 farmers who were members of CJFS have been provided land pattas. He said there would be floods in the drought prone zone with abundant water in future and migrant population would also back observing huge development activity in the constituency. He assured to complete all important projects like Veligonda project, Seetharamsagar, Somasila High Level Canal, Peddireddypalli reservoir and others. MLA candidate B Rama Rao, LS candidate B Mastan Rao and others were present.