Naidu ruined the State during 5-year-rule, says Ambati

Amaravati: Drawing a contrast between TDP rule and YSRCP government, MLA Ambati Rambabu stated that the Chandrababu Naidu left Rs 15,000 Crores as debt towards the welfare schemes in his five-year rule and our Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took the responsibility in clearing all those arrears and successfully completed it in a span of one year.

Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, MLA Ambati Rambabu said that seeing the one-year good governance of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, people are going to bring him back into power and TDP will be rejected forever. Neither Naidu nor Lokesh will ever form a government in the State. He flayed Chandrababu over his atrocious rule and exploiting the finances of the State in the past five years. “When Chandrababu Naidu decided to stay in Hyderabad, he splurged crores of rupees for his camp office, guest house, and secretariat chamber, but overnight he shifted to Amaravati leaving everything in vain. He squandered crores of rupees for his own reasons to boost his publicity and to benefit his dear ones, which eventually ruined the State finances.”

He further said that Rs 40,139 Crore have been spent on the welfare schemes for the people from backward classes and weaker sections in one year of YSRCP rule. Through a transparent system with zero corruption, over 3.5 Crore people were benefited by government schemes. “Even in this deep financial crisis and pandemic situation, the State government prioritized public welfare schemes. In fact, Andhra Pradesh is the only State which effectively controlled COVID-19 by conducting over 4 lakh tests, by establishing 14 virology labs across the State. In the recent survey by c-voter, our Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy stood in fourth place for his good governance. We are not going to be affected by the false remarks of Chandrababu Naidu or any opposition members. We have strong support from the public and are going to deliver good governance to the people in the coming days.” he added.

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