Cong, TDP working in tandem: YSRCP

May 23, 2013
: Reiterating that Congress
and TDP are working in tandem, YSR Congress has said that two parties have been
speaking with the same accent and directing the ire at YSR and his family
members to gain cheap and narrow political mileage.  

“Though the state Congress meet folded up as a vain
bid to show unity among the leaders, they could only hurl abuses against YSR,
his family members and the media house of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. N Chandrababu Naidu
too repeated the same script though on a different platform,” party
spokesperson Gattu Ramachandra Rao told reporters here on Thursday.  

Taking serious objection to the uncalled for
remarks of Finance Minister Anam Ramanaryana Reddy, who went overboard in
criticising YSR, who guided the party to a second term victory in 2009 and YS
Jagan Mohan Reddy, he said, “the minister has been known for his unethical
change of stand to suit the situation.”  

Anam was at the beck and call of YSR when he was
Chief Minister and adored YS Jagan Mohan Reddy when the talk was that he would
be the next leader. Now he seems to be totally surrendered to whoever is in
power and has been criticizing the very same people from whom he received

This shows the character of the person and it is a
family trait for the Anam brothers to be on the wrong side of the ethics,
always, he said.  

After the efforts of Chief Minister and the PCC
President to sweep their differences under the carpet went in vain, they
shifted their speech from political arena to other fields and have targeted the
media house owned by YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.  

 Jagan’s media house has broken the monopoly
of the other major player which has been the mouth piece of TDP and N
Chandrababu Naidu. The Congress was taken to task by the other media house,
while it was the sole lead player and now the Party instead of taking on main
opposition TDP and his supportive media houses it has been passing harsh
comments on Jagan’s media.  

As if by a clue, Chandrababu Naidu also echoes the
same feelings which show that Congress and TDP are not two different entities
but are one.  

The vested interests do not want a second voice in
the media and the Congress and TDP do not want a third Party to emerge in the
state. This has a clear reflection in the conduct of the two parties and their
respective leaders, he said.  

However, people will give their verdict at the hustings, in the same
manner and the differences within in Congress are in the open even at the
state-level meeting. The perfect understanding Congress and TDP have in the
state polity have again come to full play, he said

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