MLA Parthasarathy lambasts Nara Lokesh

Amaravati: MLA K Parthasarathy lambasted TDP leader Nara Lokesh for making allegations on State government schemes and stated that the YSRC government has no reason to copy or refurbish the TDP schemes as they all meant for self-benefit. He further challenged Chandrababu Naidu and Lokesh to come for an open discussion in any of their constituencies to debate on one year of governance by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

Speaking to media persons on Monday, MLA Parthasarathy said that Chandrababu Naidu failed as an administrator and there was no single iconic welfare initiative from his end in all his tenure as Chief Minister. Today, Lokesh is making comments saying that we have discontinued all the schemes of Chandranna and copied Annadata Sukhibhava as Rythu Bharosa.

“Firstly, we never promised to continue TDP schemes and we have no reason to continue them either. All of their schemes are far away from the welfare of weaker sections and they have created hassles for availing the schemes through Janmabhoomi committees. Annadata Sukhibhava is an election stunt, where only Rs 2,000 was credited to the accounts of farmers just two months before the commencement of elections. Naidu failed to keep up his promise in clearing all the farm and crop loans during his tenure. But Rythu Bharosa is a brainchild of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, who is truly committed towards the welfare of farmer community and thus crediting over Rs 64,000 into their accounts over a period of five years.” said MLA Parthasarathy.

He also stated that TDP members have lost faith over Lokesh and they term him as an inappropriate candidate. Lokesh should have studied better while making remarks against the State government on prestigious initiatives like the Disha Act and abolition of alcohol. “Everyone in this state knew that Chandrababu Naidu started the belt shops and was against the abolition of alcohol. But Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, as promised to the women in the state, completely closed all the belt shops and also reduced the number of outlets. It is left to his foolishness for terming the abolition of alcohol as collecting J-Tax. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is indeed fulfilling the vision of Mahatma Gandhi and taking steps for Grama Swarajya.”

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