Upsurge of anger against CBI

Hyderabad, Nov 28,
2012: In a sudden upsurge of anger, people across the state expressed their
strong opposition to the attitude of the CBI towards YSR Congress Party chief
Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy.

People, led by YSR
Congress leaders and activists, held protest rallies and demonstrations in the
districts of Chittor, East Godavari, Guntur, Krishna, Medak, Nellore,
Nizamabad, Visakhapatnam and West Godavari on Tuesday and expressed their ire  against CBI for obstructing bail to Jagan
Mohan Reddy.

In Madanapally of
Chittor district, people led by local YSR Congress leaders held a silent
demonstration closing their mouths with black ribbons and then led a rally from
MLC office to Ambedkar circle protesting against the alleged CBI’s vindictive
attitude.  Later, they resorted to a
sit-in at the Circle.

In East Godavari
district, party activists led by district convener K.Chittebbai organized a
human chain wearing black badges and raised slogans against CBI at Amalapuram
while party activists and locals led a rally at Jaggampeta under the leadership
of Jyothula Nehru.

Party leaders Marri
Rajasekhar and Gowtham Reddy led demonstrations of party activists in Guntur
and Vijayawada towns respectively and charged CBI with acting with partialities
in the case.

While in Sangareddy of
Medak district, YSRCP activists submitted a memorandum to the statue of Dr.
Ambedkar seeking justice for Jagan Mohan Reddy, party leaders and activists
participated in the ‘Bread Festival’ (Rottela Panduga) at Nellore seeking
justice for the party president Jagan Mohan Reddy.

Party activists
conducted similar demonstrations and rallies wearing black badges in Nizamabad,
Visakhapatnam and West Godavari districts also.


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