CM Calls Chandrababu, Lokesh, Balakrishna and Pawan as Non-locals
YS Jagan said that YSRC government sanctioned 20,000 houses to Kuppam constituency
Kakinada: Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy has described Telugu Desam chief N. Chandrababu Naidu, his son Nara Lokesh, his brother-in-law Balakrishna and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan (adopted son) as “non-locals.”
“They live in Hyderabad and are playing politics in Andhra Pradesh. These leaders are trying to loot the state's wealth and they would share it at Hyderabad along with some media barons,” Jagan Mohan Reddy said at an event on Thursday.
The Chief Minister inaugurated the Jagananna Housing Colony at Samalkot in Kakinada district and addressed a public meeting. He said 7.43 lakh houses have been constructed out of 31 lakh houses sanctioned for the poor by the YSRC government in the state.
“I want to do good to the people and the poor. But, like a monster, Chandrababu creates hurdles in the form of court litigations to stall such projects,” he said.
“It is written in the Puranas that in order to conduct Yajnas, monsters make attempts to spoil the sacred rituals. These leaders are like those mythological monsters,’’ Jagan Mohan Reddy said.
Describing Pawan Kalyan as ‘package star’, Jagan Mohan Reddy said there were those who would sell their product or land to boost his business. But Pawan Kalyan wants to sell his future, his followers, his community and their votes, he said.
He said Pawan Kalyan mocked the Hindu traditional marriage system. “He keeps performing marriages at local, national and international levels. He changes wives once every three or four years.”
“Pawan Kalyan doesn’t have any respect for women. How can such persons inspire others? Neither Chandrababu nor Pawan Kalyan can endear themselves to castes like SCs, STs, minorities or even Kapus, but these leaders want their votes.”
Jagan Mohan Reddy said Chandrababu won from Kuppam constituencies for 35 years, but he could not allot even one cent of land to the poor there.
"Chandrababu Naidu had not gone to the people. He lived in Hyderabad. Now, he has surfaced in Rajamahendravaram (jail),” he remarked.
Jagan Mohan said that the YSRC government sanctioned 20,000 houses to Kuppam constituency but there was no house for Chandrababu in Kuppam.
He said both Chandrababu and Kalyan had no credibility among the masses, but both used the platform of politics as their business for selfish gains. “Chandrababu did it previously and wants to do it again.”
However, Jagan Mohan Reddy said, “During the past 52 months, the YSRC government implemented 35 kinds of welfare schemes involving a spend of Rs 2.38 lakhs crore, which was directly credited to the accounts of the welfare scheme beneficiaries without any corruption or irregularities.”
“There were 13,000 panchayats in AP, but now there are 17,000 Jagananna Colonies that are like panchayats within panchayats.”
The CM said that 2.07 lakh new government jobs were created by his government in the last four and half years, and 80 per cent of these went to SC, ST, BC and Minority sections. The government strived for women empowerment and social justice at every step, he claimed.
Jagan Mohan Reddy urged the people to vote for YSRC in the next elections if they felt they benefited from the policies of his government.