YSRCP welcomes SC verdict

Amaravati, May 17:  YSRCP welcomed the Supreme Court judgment allowing the Government to go ahead with the allotment and distribution of house sites to the poor in the R-5 zone in Amaravati capital region.

Addressing media persons separately at the party central office here on Wednesday, D. Manikya Vara Prasad and MP N. Suresh said that the apex court verdict dismissing the Special Leave Petition (SLP) of the TDP-backed Amaravati farmers has proved the commitment of the Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy towards the welfare and economic empowerment of the poor.  

Describing the judgement as the victory of the Government over the mind game unleased by the feudalistic TDP and their supporters, Manikya Varaprasad said that the Chief Minister has been treating the welfare of the SCs, STs, BCs, minorities and the poor as the diktats of the Panchama Vedas.

The Government has been fighting the class war unleashed by the feudalists who opposed the allotment of house sites to the poor, he said, adding the Supreme Court also backed the resolve of the Chief Minister with a big heart through its judgment. 

The TDP and its friendly media unnecessarily raised a hue and cry over allotment of house sites in a meagre 900 acres out of the 50,000 acres available in the Amaravati capital region but the dream of the poor has become a reality thanks to the determination of Chief Minister, he added, appealing to the civil society to stand by the Government and Chie Minister in his fight against the feudalists.

MP Suresh said that TDP president Chandrababu Naidu and his supporters opposed the allotment of house sites to the poor as he is basically against the poor.  

“Chandrababu fears that the market value of the lands in the capital region owned by his supporters and benamis would go down if the poor are allotted house sites,” Suresh said, adding that his ulterior motives are thwarted as the apex court dismissed the farmers’ petition vindicating the stand of the Government. 

Questioning the intentions of Naidu and his supporters in opposing the allotment of house sites to the poor, he said the TDP chief wants to drive away the poor from the capital region and appealed to the people to be wary of the selfish designs of the former Chief Minister.

He said that the TDP chief is the biggest misfortune that happened to the State and cautioned the people not to fall in the trap of his vicious campaign.

Mocking at the Padayatra of TDP leader Nara Lokesh, he said the son of the septuagenarian doesn’t know anything about the State and asked Naidu to mend his attitude and behaviour befitting his age.

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