Babu Can Never Beat YS Jagan

  • Chandrababu is shameless
  • No improvement in Handri-Neeva in his tenure
  • Is he ready to release a white paper over release of water?
  • TDP leaders sleepless due to YS Jagan's arrival
  • Handri-Neeva is YSR's brain child
  • YSRCP MLA Y.Visweswar Reddy
Uravakonda: YSRCP MLA, Y.Visweswar Reddy, spoke on the occasion of the Mahadharna staged at Uravakonda of Ananthapuram district in demand for provision of irrigation water to the districts of Rayalaseema. Acclaiming the fight being performed by the leader of opposition and YSRCP president YS Jagan to protect the rights of the people, he stated that Chandrababu could never beat YS Jagan and had to definitely surrender to him.

Commenting that the arrival of YS Jagan to the mahadharna had made TDP ministers and MLAs restless, taking special mention of MLC Payyavula Kesavulu. He slammed the Government's bluffing to have given water through Handri-Neeva and rice cultivation was already underway, while the farmers of Ananthapuram district suffered with severe drought in reality. He challenged Chandrababu to release a white paper about provision of irrigation water to Rayalaseema farmers.

Calling Handri-Neeva project the brain child of former CM, Dr. YS Rajasekhar Reddy, he reminded that he had planned to provide irrigation water to 3.5 lakh acres land and drinking water to 25 lakh people.

Is asking for water politics?
Slamming Chandrababu for neglecting Handri-Neeva and spending only Rs.13 crore for 9 years of his previous tenure and bragging about it now, he demanded to know canals of how many kilometres had been dug for Handri-Neeva, Galeru-Nagari,Velugonda and Telugu Ganga projects. He questioned if Babu had not minimised drinking water in Handri-Neeva to 5 TMC in 1999.

He confided that if YS Jagan had been the CM instead of deceptive Chandrababu, 80,000 acres in Rayalaseema would have been given water by now. Visweswar Reddy questioned how it would be political to ask for basic things like water and shelter or for implementation of promises made to them.
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