YSRCP calls Prez rule unfortunate

Press Release

Hyderabad, Feb 28, 2014: Describing as unfortunate the decision to impose President’s Rule in the state after the much hyped deliberations for ten days, YSR Congress has said that the Congress Party has run away from responsibilities and could not form a government which shows it is on the verge of being extinct in the state and country as well.

“People of Andhra Pradesh have voted Congress to power with a view that it would provide stability but the Party has given up its hopes in forming the government and has recommended for President’s Rule which shows that the Party is on the verge of total collapse,’ party senior leader Dr MV Mysoora Reddy told reporters here on Friday.

The Party MLAs are running helter-skelter for political cover after gauging the situation and concluding that the Congress boat is sinking and it is time for Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi pack their bags. “They have created much hype of forming a government and floated some names even but finally gave up as the situation was hopeless and the Party is facing a certain rout.”

Without taking the name of Jairam Ramesh, he said, the person who was nominated to the Upper House was part of the team that has drafted a Bill which has many loopholes and has whipped regional passions. He made many promises of special status and package, schools, universities and many other sops to Seemandhra.

These are all empty promises and they cannot be fulfilled with elections very close at hand and surveys pointedly telling that Congress will get just 50 -60 seats.  What the Union Minister has said or the assurances made by the Prime Minister were not included in the Bill and there is no scope for anyone to question if they are not taken up in the coming days.

These are the last days of the Nehru dynasty rule as the past five years had seen no governance. In state the government survived with the help of TDP.

In the post poll scenario, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will play a key role in national politics and will support any party or candidate that would care for development of Telugu people.

“Our party President has met leaders of national and regional parties including AGP, TMC, JD (U), DML, AIDMK, Shiv Sena, Akali Dal and others and impressed upon them that article 3 needs to be amended as it could be misused,” he said.

The Odarpu Yatra of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will resume and will go on in all regions.


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