New AP capital will surpass Hyd: Jagan
New AP capital will surpass Hyd: Jagan, YSR Congress Party Power, YS Jaganmohan Reddy Promises. Pointing out the TDP president’s assurance of providing one job for every house, he reminded that Naidu had closed 54 public sector units leaving 21,000 people unemployed.
- Assures super specialty hospitals in all districts
- Free power without power cuts during day time
- Naidu shut 54 PSUs, leaving 21,000 jobless
- But, he is now promising a job for every household
- ‘It’s a battle between honesty and conspiracy’
Rajahmundry: “I will build super specialty hospital in every district and construct a mega city greater than Hyderabad in which another 15 super specialty hospitals would be set up, if YSR Congress Party comes into power,” YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy announced here on Sunday.
Addressing a large gathering in Gollaprolu in East Godavari district as part of the ‘YSR Janabheri’, he mentioned that all these super specialty hospitals would be brought under one umbrella to make sure specialists are available at all the hospitals in the State. He maintained that every endeavour would be made to ensure that there would be no power cuts and free power would be given to farmers only during day time by 2019. He also promised that his utmost priority would be to create jobs for the youth. He introduced Pendem Dora Babu as the party candidate for Pithapuram assembly constituency.
Elaborating further, the YSRCP president termed the ensuing General Elections as a war between ‘honesty and conspiracy and battle between self-respect of Telugu people and New Delhi’s arrogance.’ Terming Chandrababu Naidu’s assurances as impossible to fulfill, he said that the existence of Telugu Desam Party was doubtful after these elections. He criticised that Naidu was more interested in publicity rather than heeding the woes of the people.
Pointing out the TDP president’s assurance of providing one job for every house, he reminded that Naidu had closed 54 public sector units leaving 21,000 people unemployed. He also made it clear that there was no place for leaders sans credibility and honesty in the public domain.