‘Defected MLAs have no right to criticise Jagan’
The YSR Congress Party Ongole parliament constituency general secretary and YSRCP support committee for Agrigold victims local convener Ronda Anjireddy flayed the TDP leaders commenting against YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy and his completion of Prajasankalpa Yatra
Ongole: The YSR Congress Party Ongole parliament constituency general secretary and YSRCP support committee for Agrigold victims local convener Ronda Anjireddy flayed the TDP leaders commenting against YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy and his completion of Prajasankalpa Yatra.
He said that Jaganmohan Reddy has created a history by walking 3648 kilometers in 14 months and interacting with the public all the way. He found fault with the YSRCP MLAs defected into TDP and commenting against Jaganmohan Reddy and said that they have no right to do so.
Anjireddy said that they have sold their morale to crores of rupees to Chandrababu Naidu and join TDP for personal gain. He warned them that the public are witnessing everything and are ready to teach them a lesson by defeating with forfeit of the deposit in 2019 elections.
He warned TDP leaders Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy, Buddha Venkanna and others to mind their language.
He also alleged that the government had cheated the Agrigold agents and depositors by promising speedy justice.
He demanded that the chief minister pay the deposits of below Rs 25000 and help nearly 12 lakhs of the total 20 lakh depositors.
He warned that a massive agitation will be conducted in Ongole with the YSRCP support committee for Agrigold victims state convener Lella Appireddy and Ongole parliament convener Singaraju Venkatarao and will continue to fight until they receive justice.
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