Washington NRIs oppose Jagan’s detention

Washington DC, May 29,
2013: Protesting against the illegal incarceration of YSR Congress chief Sri
Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy for the last one year, Telugu NRI s in Washington DC
held a candle light rally Monday evening.

The NRIs, who assembled
under the leadership of YSRCP NRI coordinator Vallur Ramesh at the
Frying Pan Farm Park at the West Oaks Road here, made a silent protest holding
candle lights and decried the CBI probe in Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy case.

Speaking on the
occasion, Ramesh said both Congress and TDP had been worried of their political
existence if Sri Jagan Mohan Reddy had continued to be amid people. “They have
conspired and started using CBI as a political tool and sent him to jail,” he

Ramesh said that
the YSRCP chief has become a victim of political vendetta and has been jailed for
the last one year on judicial remand in false cases.  

“A conspiracy is at
work at Delhi level behind the harassment being meted out to Sri Jagan Mohan
Reddy. People are watching and the day is not far off when both TDP and
Congress will be taught a fitting lesson,” he warned.

Though TDP is the
opposition officially, it is only the YSR Congress party which is fighting on
behalf of the people, he said and remarked: “The more you suppress Sri Jagan
Mohan Reddy, the more he will grow into a major political force that can usher
in Rajanna Rajyam.”


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