Chandrababu mortgaged SCS for self interest: YS Jagan

Sangam:  Dubbing the four-year Chandrababu Naidu government as a total sell-out, YSR Congress President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has said that people should decide as to what type of leader do they need, one who forgets people after elections or the one who keeps up the promises.

Addressing a large gathering as part of the Praja Sankalpa Yatra here on Tuesday, the Leader of Opposition said, Chadrababu Naidu has been talking of development but what he has done during the past four years is a total sell out as he has mortgaged Special Category Status (SCS) for his personal gains and has breached every promise he had made.

Development should reflect in the increased standard of living of people but all sections are betrayed with RTC charges, power charges, petrol charges going up, Public Distribution System (PDS) reducing to an outlet supplying just rice and not the remaining essential commodities as Chandrababu Naidu has been siding with middlemen and corportes to sell the produce, farmers not getting MSP even for a single crop and 1.42 lakh jobs lying vacant and the State Public Service Commission not conducting any exam nor the government filling up a single vacancy, he said.

Though five reservoirs were planned in the uplands of Atmakur and Udayagiri constituencies by Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy nothing has moved forward during the past four years, despite Chandrababu Naidu talking about development.

When it comes to SCS, Chandrababu Naidu has mortgaged it for his personal gains and people are deprived of the jobs that would be coming with the SCS. Aarogyasri scheme has been punctured and patients are being faced with many hardships, he said.

Chandrababu Naidu will come again and promise moon but use your discretion in electing the next government, he said.

When our government comes to power with your blessings, the Navaratnas would benefit all sections of the society. Farmers would be given nine-hour free power, besides interest free loans and an advance of Rs 12,500 ahead of the sowing season, free borewells and Funds for checking price fluctuations and to rescue farmers during natural calamities, he said.
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