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Is YS Jagan Reddy A “Spoiler”?

Is YSR Congress party chief and Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy spoiling the State’s integrity by creating regional conflicts? JanaSena party President Pawan Kalyan says YES.

Is YS Jagan Reddy A “Spoiler”?
Is YS Jagan Reddy A “Spoiler”?

JanaSena Party president Pawan Kalyan on 31st December has alleged that YSR Congress Party chief and Andhra Pradesh chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was spoiling the State after getting votes by appeasing people to vote for him asking them to give “one chance — only one chance” and called for people to teach a lesson to the leaders who were creating regional conflicts.

Mr. Kalyan also called upon the Farmers who were agitating against the shifting of capital city from Amaravati, to change their slogan “Jai Andhra — Jai Jai Andhra” instead of Amaravati since Amaravati was not confined to one region.

As part of his tour of capital city villages, Pawan Kalyan on 31st December visited Krishnayapalern, Mandadam, Velagapudi and Tulluru villages and extended solidarity to the farmers who were agitating for the past 14 days.

He interacted with them and enquired about their sufferings in view of the uncertainty over the capital Sty.

Speaking on the occasion later, Pawan Kalyan said “the police tried to prevent me to enter the capital city Mates when I came here to extend my solidarity to the agitating farmers. I do not have any displeasure against the constables who stopped me as they are acting as per directions they received from their bosses. The police shall mend that the people’s representatives will come today and go tomorrow.”

It is a sin to ransack the houses of agitating farmers. The constables must say to their police bosses that they will not do such things, said Kalyan.

The farmers agitating for the capital city are not the persons who locked up in jail for 17 months. The farmers are not the persons who lavished life in jail by floating suitcase companies. There is no caste or religion to the farmers who are leading a life with self-esteem, Kalyan said.