Jagan rules out support to Congress

Hyderabad , May 9, 2014 : YSR Congress Party President
YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has expressed deep anguish over the reports appearing in a
section of English media distorting the Party stand on extending support to the
Centre and has been giving their individual and imaginary versions though the
issue was categorically told during the public meetings and in the press
conference at Pulivendula after the polling.  

Since Congress
has split the state undemocratically and irrationally, our support to
 that Party is ruled out and when it comes to non-Congress Parties, our
Party did not take any names but said, first we will win 25 MP seats and then
think whether we support Modi, Tom, Dick or Harry.  

There were distortions
and imaginary conclusions on these remarks.  

Our Party
President has been advocating that with 25 MPs, we will be having an upper hand
and play a pivotal role in the formation of the Government at Centre but we do
not surrender to Delhi dictates like Chandrbaabu Naidu and will upkeep the
Telugu pride.  

Chandrababu Naidu has been showing Modi and seeking votes, our Party President
has sought votes on the Telugu Pride plank.  

There is no
reason as to why the statements of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy should be distorted
when he was categorical on:  

a)    The support to Congress is ruled out
at it has divided the state irrationally and undemocratically,   

b)    We will win 25 MP seats and will
hold the key in formation of the Central government and do not take the Delhi
dictates lying low, unlike Chandrababu Naidu

c)    We have sought votes on the plank of
upkeep of Telugu pride while Chandrababu Naidu has totally surrendered and was
seeking votes in the name of Modi.  

d)    After winning 25 seats then we will
decide as to whom we should support, Modi, Tom, Dick or Harry does not matter
as long as our state interests are safeguarded.

This is to
clear apprehensions and the ambiguity created in the minds with the distorted
version of YSRCP stand by a couple of stories in the media.


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