YSRCP Challenges The Yellow Leaders

  • Comments on YS Jagan out of envy
  • We are ready for open debate
  • Devineni Uma should stop speaking nonsense
  • YSRCP's official spokesman Parthasarathy
Vijayawada: YSRCP's official spokesman, Parthasarathy, expressed readiness to face elections, if TDP leaders who had commented that YSRCP was out of candidature, came forward to resign and seek fresh mandate. Remarking that the foul comments being made by TDP leaders about YSRCP president YS Jagan were simple examples of their envy towards the affection being garnered by him from the people of the state and a cowardly act proving their inability to face him directly, he spoke to the media at Vijayawada. 

Mentioning that the huge gathering at Narasaraopet's public meeting had sent the shivers in TDP leaders, he remarked that TDP was in fact the party that had to pull people to its events by offering money. He criticised that Chandrababu, who had promised to build Bandar port when in opposition, had started conquering lands by force after coming to power and that lakhs of acres were being snatched and put in real estate business under the mask of the port. He slammed Devineni Uma for his degraded behaviour and foul language towards opposition leader YS Jagan, who complained about the corruption going on in irrigation department.

Reminding that it was TDP that had made unanimous resolution in the assembly for AP's capital, Parthasarathy clarified that YS Jagan had never spoken against Amaravathi being the capital of AP and that YSRCP was in fact against the corruption and unlawful activities going on in the area. He challenged the Government leaders to come for an open debate and expressed readiness on behalf of YSRCP. Parthasarathy cautioned the ruling party leaders against making unethical comments towards the leader of opposition.

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