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TDP-JSP combine is set to win ‘Kurukshetra yuddham’ in A.P., says Chandrababu Naidu



Raising the slogan, ‘Why not Pulivendula’, the TDP chief says that government employees, farmers and youth are ready to defeat the YSRCP in the elections


The TDP-JSP combine is all set to win the “Kurukshetra dharma yuddham” in Andhra Pradesh, says TDP national president N. Chandrababu Naidu.

Addressing the party’s ‘Raa Kadali Raa’ public meeting at the APIIC Park zone here on January 27, Mr. Naidu exhorted the people of the State to join the fight against the YSRCP government.

Making light of the ‘Siddham’ public meeting organised by the ruling party at Tagarapuvalasa near Visakhapatnam, Mr. Naidu said Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy had earlier given a slogan, ‘Why not 175?’

“But now, he is finding it difficult to find candidates to contest the elections as YSRCP leaders are running away from him,” Mr. Naidu said.

“Why not Pulivendula is my slogan now,” Mr. Naidu said, and lambasted the government for “neglecting the development of the State in the last five years.” Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy failed to attract a single industry to the State, nor did he succeed in completing a single project, the TDP supremo said.

Government employees, farmers, and youth were ready to defeat the ruling YSRCP in the ensuing elections, Mr. Naidu asserted.

‘Traitor of Rayalaseema’

Terming Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy as “Rayalaseema drohi” (traitor of Rayalaseema region), Mr. Naidu said it had been two years since the Annamayya dam at Rajampet was damaged due to flash floods, but the YSRCP government was yet to provide succour to the next of kin of the 40 people killed in the incident.

Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy, who had promised to implement prohibition in phases before elections, started selling cheap liquor allegedly made of hazardous chemicals after coming to power, which led to the death of 30,000 people and severely impacted the health of 35 lakh people across the State in the last five year, Mr. Naidu alleged.

The TDP chief further said that Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s social justice slogan was a farce as the Backward Classes, Dalits and minorities were given a raw deal in the State.


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