TDP instigating farmers

Oct 13: Criticizing the TDP government for playing vindictive politics by
instigating farmers on the Saraswathi Cements issue, YSR Congress has said the
move is only to divert the attention of the people from its long list of

“TDP has
been instigating farmers against YS Jagan Mohan Reddy only to cover up its
failures and in an attempt to sling mud on the Leader of Opposition but the
designs will boomerang,” party general secretary Janga Krishna Murthy told
reporters here on Monday.

people, who came to Lotus Pond to shout slogans, are not farmers and belong to
a particular community and were instigated by TDP only to level false
allegations and try to project YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as anti-farmer though the
reality is otherwise.

“The land
was procured from farmers and they were paid more than that of the market price
and they were allowed to carry out agriculture operations till the factory
comes up. As permission was not accorded the operations did not start and TDP
government has been vindictive and has cancelled the lease.

There are
factories like Ambuja Cements and others in the nearby areas where no activity
was taken up for many years but still; TDP government opted to cancel the lease
rights of Saraswathi Factory as it has the family members of YSR on Board.

dharna at YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s house comes close on the heels of a group
submitting a memorandum to the Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on the land
issue. This clearly shows that there was instigation and the people who came to
Jagan Mohan Reddy’s residence were not farmers,” he said.

The area
needs development and industrialization would provide jobs to locals and TDP
should work to that end instead of stalling the proposed industries for
political reasons, he said.

condemn the storming of our leader’s house by the so-called farmers who were
actually TDP workers and demand that the lease should restored to help
industrialization and employment to locals, he said adding that the dharnas are
only diversionary tactics.

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