Naidu, Pawan ‘non-resident’ politicians: Jagan


He said both the leaders have their houses in Hyderabad and they visit Andhra Pradesh to pursue the policy of plunder, stash and devour.

The chief minister was addressing a public meeting at Samarlakota in Kakinada district after handing over houses to poor women beneficiaries.

Jagan Mohan Reddy took potshots at both Naidu and Pawan Kalyan saying they do not have any concern for the problems of the people.

“After 2019 polls, Naidu was never seen in the state continuously for one month, it is only now that he is seen in the Rajahmundry Central Jail for the last one month,” said Jagan Mohan Reddy referring to judicial custody of the former chief minister in alleged Skill development case.

Dubbing Pawan Kalyan as Naidu’s ‘ foster son’ and a ‘package star’, he remarked that the actor is only visiting the state during intermissions of cinema shooting for deals.

“Chandrababu Naidu, his son (Lokesh), brother-in-law (actor Balakrishna) and foster son do not have a permanent address in the state, not even the gang of thieves who are supporting them,” the Chief Minister said, taking a dig at their indulgence in part time politics.

“The package star, who had lost in both Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka in the last elections, has been using the voters as use and throw commodities,” he said.

Lashing out at Pawan Kalyan over his decision to have an alliance with TDP, the Chief Minister alleged that the actor is ready to sell the votes of his fans, followers and even his community (Kapus) to TDP.

Pawan Kalyan does not have respect even for the emotions of his own community, he said, adding that the foster son and the gang of thieves would go out of their minds when they think of Naidu not enjoying the political power. Jagan Mohan Reddy also launched a personal attack on Pawan Kalyan over his marriages.

He remarked that while the package star has a house in Hyderabad, the inmates change every 3-4 years.

“They are local, national and even international inmates. This is the respect he has for women and the institution of marriage,” said the Chief Minister.

“Having no credibility among the masses, both of them use the platform of politics as business for selfish gains. They want to use the politics as an instrument to implement their policy of exploitation. They did it previously and want to do it again,” he said.

He further went on to say that when one looks at the face of Naidu, one remembers scams, backstabbing, cheating and corruption but if anyone looks at the face of Jagan, DBT welfare schemes, concern for the problems of the people and fulfillment of elections manifesto are reflected.

The Chief Minister said that the Government has spent over Rs 2,38,000 crore in the last 52 months implementing slew of welfare schemes in full transparency elevating the lives of SCs, STs, BCs and minorities and the government is feeling proud to see smiles on their faces.

Affirming that political credibility for a leader comes only when people have him in their hearts, the Chief Minister asked the people to think of the revolutionary changes brought in the village administrative system and the reforms implemented in the educational, health and agricultural sectors that transformed the lives of all sections of people for good.

Besides creating 2,07,000 new government jobs in which 80 per cent of them went to SC, ST, BC and minority sections, the government strived for ushering in women empowerment and social justice at every step, he said, asking the people to vote for YSRCP in the next elections if they feel they are benefitted through the policies of the government.



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