YSR enemies out to destroy his name: CM

Kadapa, May 10; In a scathing attack against his sisters, Chief Minster YS Jagan Mohan Reddy charged them with joining hands with the Congress Party and working for the interests of TDP.
Addressing a mammoth public meeting here on Friday, the Chief Minister, without mentioning their names, said that his sisters have joined hands with the Congress Party, which bifurcated Andhra Pradesh illogically and included the former Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy’s name in the FIR after his death for selfish interests.
Dr YSR enemies, who claim to be his political heirs, are out to destroy his name, he averred, saying that the Congress Party, which has jailed him for no reason and which has no existence in Andhra Pradesh, entered the political scene only to support TDP.
They have joined hands with such a party that betrayed the people’s interests with a plan to help the TDP and also to create a political vacuum in Kadapa by destroying the political life of his cousin YS Avinash Reddy and occupying his place, he observed.
Referring to the reports that Congress high command’s representatives are likely to visit Dr YSR Samadhi at Idupulapaya, he took a dig at them saying, they should be ashamed of their plan to visit it at the time of elections and after so many years.
He said that Telangana Chief Minister Revanth Reddy, who spends day time with BJP and night time with Congress, is also behind their plan to help TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu.
He urged the people to teach a befitting lesson to the Congress Party, which has got lesser votes than NOTA last time, by electing YSRCP candidates with huge majorities  
“Kadapa people have got tremendous political awakening. When I took oath in Lok Sabha after being elected last time with a bumper majority of 5, 45, 000 votes, the entire House looked at me with awe,” he said, asking the people to repeat the feat in case of Avinash Reddy too. 
The Chief Minister also reiterated his resolve to protect the four percent Muslim reservations and also safeguard their honour on the issues of CAA and other Acts.


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