Jagan to tour cyclone hit areas on 26, 27

Nov 23, 2013: The Samikya Sankharavam Yatra to mobilize public opinion against
the division of the State will begin from November 30 as YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
would tour the cyclone affected areas on November 26 and 27.

Samaikya Sankharavam was originally scheduled for November 28 but is deferred
as YS Jagan Mohan Reddy would be visiting the cyclone hit areas to console the
affected people. The State Government is indifferent and governance has come to
a standstill in the state,” party spokesperson Gattu Ramachandra Rao told
reporters here on Saturday.

Congress is always with the people and has been voice of the people. The
Congress Government priorities are different and it is always away from the

programme of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has to be reshuffled as the magnitude of
disaster that the cyclone Helen has left behind is huge and YSR Congress is
always in the forefront in reaching out to the people who are in distress. “Our
party president will the tour the affected areas for two days and will take up
the Samaikhya Sankharavam Bus Yatra from November 30,’ he said.

Congress is the only Party which has clarity on its stand on the State division
and our leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is personally meeting national leaders to
muster support for a united State. He has met leaders of CPI, CPM, BJP and JD
(U) besides President Pranab Mukherjee.

will visit

and Mumbai on November 24 and 25. This will be followed by the tour to cyclone
hit areas and then he will begin the Samaikhya Sankharavam Yatra, Ramachandra
Rao said.

hectic activity of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy meeting national leaders and embarking
on a statewide tour has scared the TDP leader N Chandrababu Naidu and other
state leaders. While Congress and TDP have no clarity, YSRCP has been pursuing
its agenda of fighting for a united state and the mass contact programme will
give the desired results,” he said.

his guns on Chandrababu Naidu, he said,” of late the TDP leader’s remarks lack
sanity. His claim that he has developed

and he was responsible for the growth of IT industry is a fallacy. The IT
industry during his term was on the slide and many units were shifted to
while he was
the chief minister.

gap between Bangalore and
in IT and ITES has increased during
his term. While Bangalore’s contribution was 35
% of national average on ITES,

earnings were just 9 % during Naidu’s term. The figure increased to 14 % after
YSR took over as he could balance development and welfare, Rao said.



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