Vested interests playing mind games: YSRCP

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Vested interests playing mind games: YSRCP 

Hyderabad, September
14: Accusing the Congress, TDP and some vested interests of playing mind games
and unleashing false propaganda, timing it with crucial turns of YS Jagan Mohan
Reddy’s legal battle, YSR Congress spokesperson Gattu Ramachandra Rao has said
such cheap gimmicks will not work. 

Speaking to media
here on Friday, he said: “The timing of filing stories and unfolding of some
incidents to coincide with the date of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s legal procedures
has been part of conspiracy of the Congress, TDP, CBI and a section of media.” 

Such gimmicks have
come to a pass and the joint efforts of vested interests with Congress and TDP
has been out in the open, he said adding that YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will come
out unscathed very soon. 

The story which
appeared in a national English magazine was timed with the bail application
hearing by the apex court and such mind games were in full play with the
ruling, main opposition and vested interests using government agencies and
media targeting YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, he said. 

CBI functioning has
been erroneous since the beginning and its double standards have been exposed
thoroughly. While the investigation agency has told the court that it could not
pursue the case against N Chandrababu due to paucity of staff, it went on a hot
pursuit pressing 20 teams into service in the case against YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
and simultaneously raiding over 40 organisations. 

The distortions in
media have been carefully timed and has run out of surprise by now, be it the
concocted version of merger or the prominently mentioning YS Jagan Mohan Reddy
in the larger story of describing Hyderabad as the scam capital of India by the
magazine, he said. 

While there are
bigger scams elsewhere, focus was on YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s case and it came
out at a time when the bail plea is due for hearing in the Supreme Court.
“Though we do not believe in coincidences, there were earlier incidents when
they came in to the open whenever an important development is due in Jagan’s
case,” he said.

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