Friday, 1 December 2017

Chandrababu is protecting Narayana institutions: YS Jagan

Kurnool: Chandrababu Naidu is protecting Narayana institutions at the cost of government schools since the last four years, Leader of Opposition in the AP Assembly YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said.

Addressing a mammoth crowd at Alur constituency in Kurnool district as part of the Praja Sankalpa Yatra, he said that the government schools in the state lacked basic amenities and the students had been put to hardships. However, the chief minister continues to tom-tom about the state achieving 12 percent economic growth, YS Jagan said. "Did that 12 percent growth reach the people? Has the infrastructure in the schools and colleges improved in the past four years of TDP government?" YS Jagan asked the crowd and received a thunderous echo of "Nos" from them.

The YSRCP president listed out several unfulfilled welfare schemes and programmes announced by Chandrababu Naidu. Highlighting the hollow statements of the AP chief minister, YS Jagan wondered if the state did receive 15 lakh investment as claimed by the CM, then why the unemployment rate was increasing in the state.

Stressing that the YSRCP will ensure the welfare of students, farmers, senior citizens and DWCRA women, YS Jagan said the Navaratnas would aim at the overall development and growth of the state.

Day 23 of Praja Sankalpa Yatra begins

Day-23 schedule of the historic Praja Sankalpa Yatra began from Billakal in Appari mandal of Alur constituency at 8 am, on Friday.

Leader of the Opposition in the AP Assembly YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will be joined be scores of students, party supporters and farmers as the yatra makes it way through Juturu and Chinnahalti before reaching Pattikonda at 12:00 pm.

The YSRCP president will address a public meeting at 4 pm in Pattikonda. Senior party leaders, local people's representatives and residents of Pattikonda are expected to attend the public meeting in large numbers.

Friday, 24 November 2017

YS Jagan pays tributes to Narayana Reddy

Kurnool: Leader of the Opposition and YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday paid tributes to Cherukulapadu Narayana Reddy at Cherukulapadu in Kurnool district.

The Day 17 of Praja Sankalpa Yatra of Leader of the Opposition and YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy began at 8.30 AM on Saturday from Veldurthi in Pattikonda assembly constituency.

As part of his yatra, YS Jagan reached Cherukulapadu and recalled the services of Narayana Reddy. He asked the party leaders to stand by Narayana Reddy's family.  

YS Sharmila Blesses Couple

Rayadurgam former MLA Kapu Ramachandra Reddy's daughter Sravathi will enter into the wedlock in Bellari of neighbouring Karnataka. The wedding would be held at Allam Bhavan in the iron ore town. 

Earlier on Friday evening, Sravanthi's mehendi was held at the Kapur Nivasam in Bellari's Havam Babi area. Late YSR's daughter YS Sharmila blessed the couple on the occasion. Sri Ram Reddy, Bommareddy Sunitha and a large number of VIPs blessed the couple.

A large number of guests and fans greeted YS Sharmila and vied with one another to take selfies with her.

Chandrababu's Murky Politics Exposed Again

Hyderabad : YSR Congress party strongly condemned the reports published in a section of media on the ranking of the money launderers which included YSR Congress President YS Jagan Moan Reddy.

Party official spokesperson Vasireddy Padma alleged that it was Chief minister N Chandrbabu Naidu who planted such false stories against YS Jagan in the media. The Enforcement Directorate  neither released the list of the money launderers  nor announced the names . She dared the ruling TDP  leaders to make public the evidences, if any, on the rankings in money laundering published in the media.
After seeing the overwhelming received the Praja Sankalpa Yatra taken up by YS Jagan, she said Chandrababu conspired to  defame YS Jagan in public by publishing  false news. The TDP Chief also exploited the media during Nandyal bye election by publishing a report that YS Jagan will sail with BJP in the next elections with an objective to stay away Muslims from voting YSR Congress. 

Chandrababu's 'Two Eye Theory" Paved Way to AP Bifurcation

Visakhapatnam : YSR Congress Party senior leader Botsa Satyanarayana took strong exception to Chief Minister N Chandrbabu Naidu's  comments that YSR Congress party supported the bifurcation of  Andhra Pradesh. 
Addressing the press,  the YSR Congress senior leader said that the state was divided because Chandrababu's two eye theory adopted during the intensified Telangana movement.  It was the TDP Chief sent two delegations from AP and Telangana to attend the meeting conducted by the then congress led UPA. The yellow party also sent a party team along with the then Chief Minister K Rosiah to Delhi to hasten the process for the bifurcation of Andhra.
Botsa also pointed out that TDP senior leader Errannaidu forwarded a letter to the centre in support of a resolution on separate Telanngana in the Parliament. He wondered why Chandrababu dragged YSR Congress which never came into picture during the division of the state.   The TDP Chief  brought to light the bifurcation issue only divert the attention of people who fade up with the failed government. 

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Chandrababu Adopts Anti-employees stand

Vijayawada :  Expressing solidarity with the employees, teachers and pensioners who are demanding the State government to revert back to the old pension scheme, YSR Congress has said that Chandrababu Naidu has always taken a stand favouring the corporate houses with his anti-employees’ stand.

Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday party spokesperson K Parthasarathi has said, ‘the state has been taking anti-employee stand and has been using the police force to foil the democratic protest of employees, teachers and pensioners who have been protesting at the dharna chowk at Vijayawada.

Our leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has expressed solidarity with the employees who have been contending that the new Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) would be faulty and social security depends on various factors of which the state has no control and it is better if the state reverts back to old pension scheme which is a time-tested one.

Chandrababu Naidu has always been favouring the corporate houses and business class and has never hidden his anti-employees’ stand. Even in his book ‘Manasuloni Mata’, he made it clear on his stand on pensions and the role of government employees.

He has been showing indifference towards employees by hiring contract workers or outsourcing the work which shows his mindset and when the employees are on dharna and wanted to meet him in the assembly he has pressed police force around the assembly.

The Chalo Assembly call was foiled by police and the state did not take any measures to bring the affected party to the negotiating table to sort out the problem but instead has been continuing with its anti-employees’ policies.

During his earlier term as well Chandrababu Naidu had done the same and invited the wrath of the employees and pensioners.

Our leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has expressed solidarity with the employees and said that the government would revert back to the old pension scheme, he said.