Naidu’s call to end YSRCP rule

Rayachoti: “Get ready for May 13th. The day to usher in change in the state is not far away. It is the day when all of you should once again lay the foundation for the development of Andhra Pradesh by electing the NDA alliance government and defeating the YSRCP government which has done nothing for anyone,” was the loud appeal of two former chief ministers N. Chandrababu Naidu. and N. Kiran Kumar Reddy.

Speaking at the Prajagalam meeting on Tuesday, Naidu said that psychopath Jagan was one such person who even refused to admit that there was drought in Kadapa and told the officials that their information was incorrect. He did not develop any irrigation project, Kadapa Steel Plant remained a mirage and even the sanctioned railway line for Rayachoti was cancelled, the TDP chief said. “Do you need such a CM,” he asked and appealed to people to dump the YSRCP in the dustbin.

Naidu said Jagan always shows his manifesto and says it is the Bible and he has implanted 99% of the promises but the reality is the opposite. He has not delivered on the 99% promises, he added.

Further, the TDP chief said that Jagan misused his power to market himself just before the elections by printing his photo on the Pattadar passbooks.

“Kiran Kumar was the chief minister, and before him I was also the chief minister, but we had never done it like that,” he said.

Naidu said that Jagan had failed miserably and could not provide jobs, could not release job calendar, went back on total ban, CPS, etc, and again shamelessly asked for another chance.

Referring to irregularities in the Aarogya Sree Scheme, Naidu promised to provide health insurance of Rs 25 lakh per year to every family in the state. He also assured that the Chandranna Bima Scheme would be reintroduced and free medicines would be distributed to people suffering from hypertension and diabetes.

Besides this, he also promised a monthly pension of Rs 6,000 for the disabled and Rs 15,000 for the totally disabled and assured to ban all toxic liquor brands in the state of Andhra Pradesh.