Jagan suppressing people with his J-turns: TDP

AMARAVATI: Telugu Desam Party MLC G. Deepak Reddy on Friday blamed Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy for 'cheating' the voters of Andhra Pradesh by turning away from scores of his promises, assurances and commitments made to people at the time of elections.

He asserted that CM Jagan Reddy has now become seen as a master of J-turns by virtue of his deliberate attempt to suppress the people if they are asking about the implementation of his election promises.

Addressing a virtual press conference here, Mr. Deepak Reddy said the CM went back on his great oath to bring Special Status by taming and  [ ... ]

Jagan Govt destroyed environment: Naidu

AMARAVATI: TDP National President and former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday gave a call to the people to agitate against the  Jaganmohan Reddy Government's 'wilful destruction' of the environment in the State in the last one year.

On the occasion of World Environment Day celebrations today, Mr. Naidu said the wanton felling of mangrove forests at Kakinanda and indiscriminate sand mining were examples of YCP rule's destructive activities. A large number of trees were destroyed in a radius of many kilometres around LG Polymers following the gas leak tragedy. Adequate steps [ ... ]

'Betrayer of Dalits' is Jagan, not Chandrababu : Varla

AMARAVATI: TDP Politburo Member Varla Ramaiah on Friday strongly hit back at the ruling YCP criticism, saying that it was CM Jaganmohan Reddy who was the true 'betrayer of Dalits' in Andhra Pradesh politics but not Chandrababu Naidu.

The TDP senior leader said after coming to power, CM Jagan Reddy has totally ignored the promises made for Dalit welfare and greatly weakened their welfare corporations while the YCP weaker sections Ministers turned into silent spectators.

Addressing a press conference here, Mr. Ramaiah asserted that Chandrababu has actually ensure enough justice to the Dalit c [ ... ]


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