Our morale is very high: YSRCP

Hyderabad, March 1: The defection of a few legislators did not hamper our resolve to fight the TDP government and its nefarious methods and we will soon force the State to take steps to separate chalk from cheese, the opportunism of Chandrababu Naidu and defectors would be exposed, YSR Congress has said.

‘Four or five legislators crossing over will not affect our resolve and our moral stands sterner to question the ruling TDP and will place it on the floor of the house to show the defectors their right place,’ party MLA G Srikanth Reddy told reporters here on Tuesday.

The ill-gotten wealth of Chandrababu Naidu has been utilized to buy MLAs and his liaison-man was caught red-handed in Telangana and as there are a spate of crossovers there, Chandrababau Naidu has been engineering defections in Andhra Pradesh to divert the attention.

These defections have swelled our motivation levels to expose the corrupt practices of the TDP government and we will continue the fight against the corrupt government, he said adding that the defectors should seek fresh mandate failing which they will attract the provisions of the anti-defection laws when we move a no-confidence motion on the pressing issues which we have been fighting, he said.

Chandrababu Naidu speaking of character and credibility one hand and carrying out such unscrupulous activities shows the dichotomy of his conduct and his split personality, he said.

In a separate press conference, party MLC, K Veerabhadra Swamy said the heat Chandrababu Naidu has been facing in Telangana has been let off in Andhra Pradesh by the defections.

He also flayed the policies of the state government and the free distribution of sand to the poor has no utility and it is only useful for TDP cadre. Not a single house was given to the poor and all sections are unhappy about the TDP.

The ruling party has been away from the people and YSR Congress will sweep the next polls and the State will see YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as Chief Minister, he said.

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