Amaravati, Feb 5 (IANS) Telugu Desam Party (TDP) president N. Chandrababu Naidu on Monday claimed that there are no candidates for YSR Congress Party tickets to contest the upcoming Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh.
Naidu said that though Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy is offering tickets for the YSRCP for the Assembly elections, the candidates are not ready for the race.
The former chief minister was addressing a massive public meeting at Madugula in Anakapalle district as part of the ongoing ‘Raa Kadali Raa’ programme.
Taking a dig at the YSRCP leader’s public meetings titled ‘Siddham’ (prepared), Naidu remarked that Jagan is not ‘Siddham’ (prepared) and has several doubts about going to the polls.
Referring to Jagan’s recent claim that he clicked buttons more than 100 times to transfer funds for welfare schemes, the TDP supremo asked why he had not pressed the labor calendar button, to impose total ban and on the revocation of the contributory pension scheme (CPS). ).
“I am sure that Mr. Jagan will definitely go home with the button to be pressed by the voters,” he remarked.
Jagan pressed the button nine times to increase electricity charges and imposed a burden of Rs 64,000 crore on the people, he said.
Maintaining that he has seen several leaders in his political career but never seen a “psycho” like Jagan, he said the state will prosper only if Jagan is out of power.
“It’s not about how many times you’ve pushed the button, it’s about revealing how much you’ve swallowed,” he said.
Expressing deep concern that Visakhapatnam, which was once known as the financial capital of Andhra Pradesh, has now become the crime capital, the former chief minister said that though Jagan wants to go to Visakhapatnam, the local people she is not ready to welcome him. .
Lamenting that north Andhra has become a hub of violence, turmoil and land encroachment, he said Jagan invaded even Rishi Konda.
Recalling how he developed the city of Hyderabad by welcoming several international companies, Naidu said Jagan, however, has been chasing the companies that have already set up their units in the state.
In another public meeting at Chintalapudi in Eluru district, the TDP chief said that no section was happy under the YSRCP government.
He said people are not ready to bear Jagan anymore, he said they were waiting to send him home.
Naidu alleged that in seeking an opportunity to become the chief minister, Jagan drowned people in the Godavari river. He believes that any party that supports the youth will only win the polls and the upcoming elections will decide the future of the entire Telugu community.
The former chief minister said that the TDP-Jana Sena combine has already won the public domain polls and expressed confidence that the alliance will certainly emerge victorious and form the government after the polls.
Naidu promised to implement much better welfare plans than the YSRCP government has implemented and mentioned the Super-Six plans in which the youth will get 20 thousand jobs in five years and pensions for women.