Opposition in disarray; Vote for welfare

Tangaturu/ Mydakuru/Kalikiri : Terming that the Opposition is in frustration disarray and dismay and lost coherence in speech and attitude, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy listed out his achievements during the past 58 months and sought the votes on the performance of his governance. 
People thronged to his election meetings in large numbers braving the scorching heat and responded at every jibe the Chief Minister took at Chandrababu Naidu, his foster son, Vadinamma and Congress supporting them with a huge round of applause. 
Chandrababu Naidu and his gang are so frustrated that they are hurling abuses against him and went too far speaking in terms of eliminating him. They are recoiling in anger when asked to name their achievements as they have none, he said. 
Not just the alliance partners but even the Congress has been venting out its frustration manifesting in many ways and the elections are not a war between Jagan and Chandrababu but a battle between pro-people YSRCP and feudal forces led by deceitful TDP and its allies. 
Inefficient people get angry when they realize their helplessness and the outbursts of Naidu and his gang stem out of endless frustration, he said. He said that people should be aware of the deceitful nature of Chandrababu Naidu and his allies who fought the 2014 elections in alliance and took the people for a ride after winning the polls.
 Listing out the Government’s achievements over the last 58 months, the Chief Minister said the gains achieved through volunteer system, village and ward secretariats, RBKs and implementation of slew of welfare schemes like Amma Vodi, Rythu Bharosa, Jagananna Vidya Deevena and the reforms carried out in .education and health and medical sectors gives YSRCP a clear edge to seek mandate.  
He said while only 32,000 Government jobs were created during the TDP regime, 2, 31,000 Government jobs were created in the last 58 months and rural economy has picked up with administration being taken to the door step of people.
YSRCP that has fulfilled 99.7 per cent of its election promises and TDP that backstabbed and betrayed people’s aspirations throwing the party manifesto into dustbin after winning the mandate in 2014 with false and attractive promises.
The May 13 elections are not just meant to elect MLAs and MPs but they are crucial in deciding the people’s fate for the next five years, he stated, underscoring the fact that a vote for the YSRCP will result in continuation of all welfare schemes while a vote for TDP will lead Naidu to wind up all of them unceremoniously.
The Chief Minister said that he is seeking the blessings of the people again based on his performance and progress report of his administration and sought the people’s support to ensure a clean sweep of all 175 assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats.

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