Coming down heavily on
TDP for its undemocratic, unethical horse trading in the MLC elections
, YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that people will teach a fitting lesson at an
appropriate time as the party has been squandering away the ill-gotten wealth
to buy public representatives with the single motive to win MLC seats.

“With due respect to the ethics and democratic values, we
have fielded candidates only at places where our numbers are more and did not
venture into areas where we do not have majority. But TDP has fielded
candidates where it did not have the required numbers, engineered defections
and lavishly used money power to win the seats in Prakasam and Kurnool,” he
told reporters on Tuesday.

While the Party is neck deep in trouble in Telangana as its
involvement in the cash for vote in the MLC polls was ripped open exposing MLAs
and top leadership, still Chandrababu Naidu has brazenly resorted to the same
tactics in the State.

There is nothing to boast about the victory in Prakasam and
Kurnool districts as money power played a major role along with the misuse of
muscle power and police force to scuttle the resistance from our Party which
was seen in the case of Bhuma Nagi Reddy, who arrested after foisting a case.

“When there was a medical emergency, the government refused
to shift him to NIMS on the pretext that we cannot shift him to the
neighbouring Telangana state even though, Chandrababu stays, operates and has
his Party headquarters in the neighboring state.

Bhuma Nagi Reddy is a cardiac patient and has other medical
complications. Should anything happen to him, Chandrababu Naidu should be held
responsible,’ he said.

Criticizing the way in which Nagi Reddy was arrested, he
said;” police had tried provocative tactics and had behaved rudely with his
daughter and MLA Akhila Priya. This is a planned assault and Nagi Reddy was
deprived of proper medical treatment,” he said adding that TDP will not be in
power forever and its wrong deeds will haunt the Party.

he had visited the local Government hospital and talked to Bhuma Nagi Reddy who
was undergoing treatment there.

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