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Jagan Reddy has no moral right to continue in the seat - JSP Chief.

Hans India 2019-12-01 17:56:01

Kadapa: Janasena party president K Pawankalyan has alleged that Jagan Reddy has no moral right to continue in the chief minister's chair as he least bothered about welfare of the state instead always concentrating how to loot the public money. As part of his tour in kadapa district the JSP Chief has addressed party functionaries meeting at Railway Kodur on Sunday.

While defending his step in calling Jagan Mohan Reddy as "Jagan Reddy", Pawankalyan said Jagan Mohan Reddy is not acting an diplomatic manner as Chief Minister. The JSP leader criticized that YCP MPs are concentrating to continue Uranium factory in Tummala palli village of Pulivendula constituency on other side people surrounding eight villages threaten to challenge several dreadful diseases. " Tomorrow I will visit Tummala palli village to know the grievances of people. It is unfortunate Chief Minister least bothered over the issue despite people suffered with diseases because in the mask of Uranium factory YCP men looting the mines".

Questioning the credibility of it's failure in pressuring the central government for providing special category status to AP the JSP Chief pointed out " Jagan Reddy at least not able to ask center to establish steel plant in Kadapa district despite the issue was mentioned in bifurcation ACT.

Describing that Rayalaseema districts are having great culture but people of this region are under influence of backwardness because of lagging clarity in the politicos. He said Chief Minister least responded even though turmeric farmers in the district not secured proper Minimum Support Price ( MSP) of their produce. JSP chief said that he would write letter to the prime minister of the issue. Saying that his party is not against introducing English medium but at the same time it is the responsibility of the government to protect Telugu language because we are living in telugu speaking state. Party leaders Lashmi Narayana,sunkara Srinivas and others were present.