YSRCP alleges Chandrababu Naidu is playing dramas after elections
The YSR Congress party alleges that the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu is playing dramas after knowing that YS Jagan is going to come into the power in the state.
Amaravati: The YSR Congress party alleges that the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu is playing dramas after knowing that YS Jagan is going to come into the power in the state.
The YSRCP senior leader Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that after receiving the Intelligence report from on this, Chandrababu Naidu has met the state election commission.
RK commented that Chandrababu planned to hold a dharna, make the police to drag him out, by doing so he wants to gain sympathy. But on the advice of few officials, he has stepped down from it.
Even the attack on Kodela Siva Prasada is also the part of this drama. Ramakrishna said that in 2014 elections Chandrababu Naidu has won with the same EVMs, but now he is making allegations on it, which is not correct.
If any complaint regarding EVMs has to be given, then in 2014 YS Jagan should have done so. Because at that time everyone thought that YSRCP will be winning the elections, but the results were favorable to TDP, RK said.
Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy remembers that after the 2014 election results, YS Jagan has accepted the people's judgment. He expressed anger that with Chandrababu Naidu actions, the pride of Telugu people is getting damage at the national capital.
Chandrababu has expressed doubt on voting, that they have no clarity to whom the vote has gone, in that case, he should immediately complain about it.
Sajjala said that the EC has transferred only a few officers. If there are any failures in the election process, then its the responsibility of Chandrababu.
He expressed dissatisfaction over appointing private teachers, Anganwadi workers who were not trained properly to conduct the elections. Under the Governor's rule, 2014 elections were peacefully conducted, RK remembered.
Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that Chandrababu Naidu's dramas have reached to its peaks, and national parties leaders should not believe his words.