Nara Lokesh took a dig at YSRCP leaders attacks on TDP cadre, terms them as rowdies
Former minister and TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh has once again taken to Twitter on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Former minister and TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh has once again taken to Twitter on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. Lokesh alleged that YSRCP activists burnet the road of TDP workers' fields in Prakasam district.
He said that the YSRCP demon regime has reached its pinnacle. So far, TDP activists have been murdered, harassed with false cases. But now YSRCP rowdies have taken another step forward. Villagers of Kalvabugga in Kurnool district begged for water. "The villagers tried to repair the bore when there was no result. This is why the leaders of the YSRCP attacked with swords and scythes and broke people's heads," Lokesh tweeted.
This is evidence of the development and welfare of the Waikapa regime, which began with the destruction of Arakachani. Waikapa leaders dumped the road without going to their farms with vengeance, who voted for the TDP in the village of Konkanki in Prakasam district.
"So far, 127 SC families have been evicted from Purnadu area. What is the golden age of bringing farmers to their farm? The Central Human Rights Council has already toured the state as a result of the anarchy being waged in the villages,"
"But the situation seems to be getting closer to the days when all the human rights groups around the country have to tour the state. Parents should remember that militants have no mushrooms," says Nara Lokesh