Jagan blames Sonia for T-move

Jagan blames Sonia for T-move

YSR Congress (YSRC) president and Kadapa MP Y S Jaganmohan Reddy said on Saturday that Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu and Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy had betrayed the people of Andhra Pradesh with their devious designs to divide the state to bag more seats and votes.

Addressing a huge gathering at the LB stadium under the banner “Samaikya Sankaravam”, convened for the first time in Hyderabad by the Seemandhra lobby led by YSRC, Jagan urged  the crowd to say “no to bifurcation” and to teach the three leaders a good lesson in the elections in the coming days.

Jaganmohan Reddy made a startling announcement that if the YSRC wins 30 seats in the 2014 elections and successfully elects a prime minister, then it can stall the efforts of the Congress to bifurcate the state. In his first public meeting after his year-long jail stay and bail in September last, Jagan attacked Sonia Gandhi’s “designs” to make Rahul Gandhi the next Prime Minister at the cost of the future of lakhs of students, farmers, women and government employees.

The Jagan meeting was held under atight security of 2,000 policemen, three-layer security cordons, besides 200 CCTVs dotting a five-km radius around the stadium in view of the threat by pro-Telangana agitators to attack the meeting. Police made elaborate arrangements for parking  hundreds of vehicles, which transported crowds from Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra, besides 10 special trains.

Jaganmohan Reddy charged both Chandrababu Naidu and Kiran Kumar Reddy with devious means and cheating, which favoured Congress’ Delhi bosses to indirectly push their agenda for Telangana.

He also charged the Congress with attempts to bifurcate the state through the back door by avoiding a resolution in the state assembly. “The Congress party is murdering democracy in the state by tabling the Telangana bill in Parliament just to pamper Sonia Gandhi’s pride and arrogance that she could do anything in India.”

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