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Naidu Slams Jagan’s Rule: TDP President Calls for Unity to Overthrow YSRCP’s ‘Corrupt Governance

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Rajamahendravaram – Telugu Desam Party’s National President, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, strongly criticized the ruling of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, asserting that under his leadership, the state has witnessed extensive deterioration across various sectors. Naidu addressed a gathering at the Ra Kadalira meeting in Mandapeta, Konaseema district, urging the public to unite against what he deemed as the corrupt governance of the Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP).

Accusing Jagan Mohan Reddy of misleading the public with falsehoods, Naidu pointed to the transfer of MLAs as a tactic to shift blame for the government’s failures and corruption. He lamented the cancellation of 27 welfare schemes for Dalits initiated by the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), including the removal of the SC sub-plan. Naidu alleged that Jagan’s tenure saw an alarming rise in attacks on Dalits, with 188 reported deaths and over 6000 attacks on the community.

Citing specific instances of victimization, Naidu referenced individuals like Dr. Sudhakar, Kodi Kathi Srinu, and MLC Ananthababu’s driver Subrahmanyam. He highlighted the TDP’s efforts in addressing Dalit issues, including the establishment of the Justice Punnayya Commission and the introduction of 12 Government Orders for their welfare. Naidu underscored the TDP’s role in initiating the Bharat Ratna award for Dr. B.R. Ambedkar during NTR’s tenure as the Chairman of the National Front.

Expressing concern over the alleged atrocity cases against Dalits in Amaravati, Naidu asserted that Jagan’s actions would not be forgotten by the community. He claimed that various essential systems, including medicine, education, irrigation, agriculture, and roads, have faced severe setbacks under the YSRCP rule. While clarifying the TDP’s stance on language, Naidu stated that the party supports education in the mother tongue, emphasizing the importance of preserving linguistic heritage.

Naidu also addressed financial issues, claiming that the allocated Rs. 75,000 crores for BCs in the last five years had not been utilized. He highlighted the adverse impact of YSRCP leaders’ alleged illegal sand exploitation, leading to the loss of jobs for 40 lakh construction workers. Additionally, Naidu expressed concern over the financial struggles of thousands of contractors due to Rs. 95,000 crores in bill arrears.

Appealing to the public, Naidu urged them to vote for Vegulla Jogeswara Rao in the Mandapeta constituency. He called upon the Telugu Desam and Janasena cadre to actively engage with the public for the next 80 days, citing a positive response towards both parties among the people. Naidu encouraged the cadre to strive for victory in all seats and the public to bravely oppose what he characterized as the “demonic rule” of the YSRCP.

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