Ganta, Chinarajappa lambast Mudragada

Ganta, Chinarajappa lambast Mudragada
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Ganta, Chinarajappa lambast Mudragada

Vijayawada: The Kapu Ministers in the State Cabinet have hit back at former minister Mudragada Padmanabham for his criticism of Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu. Deputy Chief Minister N Chinarajappa and Human Resources Minister Ganta Srinivasa Rao, here on Wednesday told mediapersons that Mudragada was speaking on behalf of Opposition leader Y S Jaganmohan Reddy targeting the Chief Minister.
They said that the Chief Minister was doing great work for the welfare of the Kapu community. The government had created Kapu Corporation and allocated funds for the Kapu youth welfare. The Manjunatha Commission was also created to study the issue of extending BC reservations for the Kapus, they said.

They ridiculed the Kapu leader claiming himself as the champion of the community. The Ministers wanted to know what was Mudragada doing all these years and why was he criticising the government which has started the work to extend reservations and provide economic benefits to the community.

The Ministers recalled that Mudragada had lost the elections in the past from the Kapu voter dominated constituencies, which reflected that the community does not accept him as their leader. Ganta Srinivasa Rao alleged that Mudragada was in constant contact with YSR Congress leader Bhumana Karunakar Reddy during Kapu Garjana meeting at Tuni which had turned more violent causing huge damage to the government property. Referring to the series of letters Mudragada had written to the Chief Minister, he wondered if the former minister was really interested in the welfare of the Kapus.

Deputy CM Chinarajappa alleged that YSR Congress leader Karunakar Reddy is behind the violence in Tuni. He dared the YSR Congress leaders and Mudragada Padmanabham to come for debate with him on the issue.

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