YSRCP dares Chandrababu for open debate



Hyderabad: YSR Congress has dared the Chandrababu Naidu government for an open debate on the quantum of fulfilment of election promises and dubbed the ongoing deekshas of the ruling party rolling drama troupe which lacks any public interest.

Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday, party senior leader Bhumana Karunakar Reddy said, the election manifesto of the TDP has been pulled out of the public domain and has vanished from Party website while the book of Chandrababu Naidu Manasulo Maata has vanished from book shelves as they do not match to what the TDP leadership has been talking of late.

We challenge Chandrababu Naidu to come for an open debate on the election promises he has fulfilled which will separate chalk from cheese as he has been going on a publicity spree that he has fulfilled 90 % of the poll promises.

Starting from waiver of loans of farmers and women groups to providing jobs and paying unemployment stipend, he has failed on all fronts and has been boasting that he has fulfilled all promises. We throw the gauntlet to debate with our Leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to straighten the record on this count, he said.

He has been shamelessly asking people to give 25 parliament seats in the ensuing elections while his track record says that despite having 20 seats, including the one he has bought from Opposition and that of the ally BJP put together, he could not get a single assurance given in the State Reorganisation Act done during his four year term of which he was part of the NDA coalition.
What he could not do then while being part of the Central government, he has been raking issue after issue to score political mileage as his caravan of drama troupe has been moving from Kadaapa Steel Plant stage to the Vizag Railway Zone theatre.

The issues of Special Category Status(SCS) along with Kadapa Steel Plant, Vizag Railway Zone, Vizag-Chennai industrial corridor, Petrochemical complex and others were not raised even for a single day while TDP was part of NDA coalition by Chandrababu Naidu while our leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has been consistently fighting for all the issues and has been with the people.

The Act has clearly said that all the assurances should be fulfilled within six months of the day of appointment but four years have lapsed with Chandrababu Naidu being part of the coalition but he could not get a single assurance fulfilled and now after coming out of the coalition has been resorting to dramatics, he said.

The deekshas of TDP have been like a drama involving lot of theatrics and the troupe has now shifted to Vizag to enact one more scene which lacks sincerity, he said.
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