As the dates of the elections (Election Date) are approaching across the country, the leaders of the opposition parties are making many statements against the ruling parties in most of the states and they are starting to weave strategies to somehow bring down the ruling party from the government in collaboration with other parties. Thus, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh (Andhra Pradesh CM) gave a full-throated reply after realizing that the opposition parties are planning to fight together against the ruling party.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy lashed out at the opposition parties calling the opposition parties “wolves”.
Andhra CM called opposition parties wolves
Knowing that all the opposition parties are joining hands to fight against him, CM Jagan said that all the wolves are joining hands but he will fight them all like a lion.
“All wolves are joining hands, but I am not afraid of all of them. Ask me why? Because your son believes only in you (public) and God and marches forward as boldly as a lion,” Jagan said at a public meeting at Vinukonda in Palnadu district.
Jagan here referred to the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) president’s efforts to form an alliance with the Jana Sena Party (JSP), Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
What did Jagan say about the conspiracy of the opposition parties??
JSP leader and actor Pawan Kalyan, an ally of the BJP, is trying to bring in the TDP to avoid splitting the anti-YSRCP vote in next year’s assembly elections.
Andhra CM YS Jagan Mohan
Reddy lashed out at the opposition’s ‘false’ propaganda that the state would plunge into economic chaos like what happened in Sri Lanka.
“Many are jealous of the development in Andhra Pradesh under YSRCP and have decided to spread false propaganda.
Today the funds are being deposited directly into the bank accounts of the beneficiaries. Do you remember such an attempt by the previous government?
The previous regime was run by a group of thieves who siphoned off funds earmarked for public welfare. Do you want such a rule?” the Chief Minister asked the people.
CM said that I believe only in the development of minorities
“I believe only in the development of SC, ST, Backward Classes and Minorities and will not mind if the opposition joins hands in defaming them,” Reddy said. Stating that Andhra Pradesh is the fastest growing state in the country, he said the state has achieved first position by achieving 11.43 per cent GSDP.
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For the third year in a row, the state government is distributing assistance to washermen, Naye Brahmins and tailors under the ‘Jagananna Cheddodu’ scheme. 330.15 crore rupees were deposited in the bank accounts of 3,30,145 beneficiaries on Monday. Under this scheme, the beneficiaries will get Rs 10,000 each per year.
He said that this money has helped the beneficiaries to purchase tools, equipment and other essential items to increase their income.