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Botsa slams ‘distorted’ narrative on Hyd as joint capital of AP, TS

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State Education Minister Botsa Satyanarayana addressed media speculations surrounding YV Subba Reddy’s remarks on the joint capital issue, clarifying that the latter’s comments were misconstrued. Emphasising party unity, Botsa denounced deliberate ‘distortion’ by the Opposition.
Botsa strongly condemned the selective extraction of specific phrases from Subba Reddy’s speech, arguing it created a misleading narrative. He accused the Opposition of exploiting the situation for political gain, reiterating that Subba Reddy’s views align with the party’s commitment to fulfilling the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.
The minister reiterated the YSR Congress Party’s unwavering commitment to fulfilling the provisions of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act. He stressed that Subba Reddy intended to advocate for balanced development across both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, as stipulated by the Act.
Botsa further denounced the abrupt departure from Hyderabad by the previous administration, led by Chandrababu Naidu, reiterating the YSRCP’s dedication to constructive dialogue and resolution of outstanding issues.
Responding to criticism from Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan, Minister Botsa questioned their continued relevance in the State’s political landscape, citing their lack of permanent residence in Andhra Pradesh. He dismissed their comments as unsubstantiated and politically motivated, emphasising the YSRCP’s focus on delivering tangible results for the people.
Minister Botsa countered criticism of the Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government, attributing it to a lack of understanding regarding the State’s progressive developments. He contrasted the Opposition’s rhetoric with the demonstrably positive impact of the YSRCP’s initiatives on the lives of citizens, citing successful preparatory meetings in Visakhapatnam and Eluru as testaments to the growing public support for the party.
Botsa reaffirmed Chief Minister Jagan’s commitment to continued welfare and development initiatives. He highlighted the government’s significant achievements in raising living standards over the past four years and 10 months, urging the people to endorse the YSRCP for another term to build upon this progress.

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