The JanaSena Party PAC chairman Nadendla Manohar on 9th January said the Farmers who have given 33,000 acres for the capital city are called as “paid artistes” and they were insulted by foisting false cases against them.
The police personnel are providing high security using nets and cloths by keeping two policemen in front of each house when the Chief Minister convoy is passing through the roads of the capital city, he said.
“I have never seen such a situation in any State in the country. There are no such instances even during the rule of kings and royal dynasties. People have voted for you keeping trust on you, you need to keep up that trust,” said Nadendla.
These suppressive methods are not good for a democratic set-up. The farmers shall be given an opportunity to express their grievances, Nadendla said.
Have you given a single new pension..? he questioned the Reddy government.
The government has completed seven months of ruling and it did not take up a single developmental programme till now, he said.
Nadendla said when Jagan Mohan Reddy assumed charge as chief minister he had made his first signature on old age pensions and he had promised to provide new pensions from January 1. Even a single new pension is given until now.
He assured to give Rs 24,000 per year to the weavers who have their own looms. When there are 2.60 lakh families of weavers, the government has announced to give pension to only 70,000 people. The government is imposing restrictions in every scheme and depriving real beneficiaries of Welfare Schemes.
The government has not taken up even a single scheme which is useful to the people. Only work they have done in the State is painting YCP colours to the government office buildings, Nadendla ridiculed.
Janasena has taken a decision that the capital city must be located in one place.
Nadendla Manohar said “Janasena Party has clarity over capital city issue. The party has taken a decision that the capital city must be located in one place. Party President Pawan Kalyan had taken a decision to this effect after consulting with people’s representatives, experts and people of three regions. It is not a unilateral decision taken between the four walls of air-conditioned rooms as the government did. It had consulted all the stakeholders before taking a decision. No one will get injustice with this decision. Keeping in view that our decisions shall instil courage among the people not insecure feelings, the party has taken the decision. Even the farmers have sacrificed their lands voluntarily considering the capital city is ours.”
He assured that Janasena party would extend its complete solidarity to the agitations of the farmers.