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Jagan hits out at ‘sadist’ CBN

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Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy launched a scathing attack on TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu, branding him a ‘sadist’ for consistently obstructing welfare schemes meant for the poor through frequent court interventions. The remarks came during a massive gathering in Markapuram as part of his ‘Memantha Siddham Yatra’ on Sunday.
Addressing the public meeting on the 10th day of his yatra, the Chief Minister accused Naidu of preventing the underprivileged from availing housing schemes, undermining the efforts to provide free electricity to farmers, and impeding English education initiatives for the poor.
“Chandrababu’s actions depict sadism; he even propagated baseless claims that Andhra Pradesh would become like Sri Lanka. His party, TDP, went to the extent of harassing beneficiaries of government schemes, as seen in the tragic case of Geethanjali from Tenali,” lamented Chief Minister Jagan.
Highlighting the derogatory remarks made by Naidu against marginalised communities, Jagan emphasised the former Chief Minister’s lack of understanding of their struggles.
“During his 14-year tenure, Naidu failed to initiate a single scheme for the benefit of the people. In contrast, our government has directly disbursed Rs 2.7 lakh crores through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and fulfilled 99% of our manifesto promises within 58 months,” asserted Chief Minister Jagan.
Encouraging the electorate to support YSRCP for the continuity of development initiatives, Jagan urged them to vote against Chandrababu Naidu if they desired the progress of government schools, women’s empowerment, and welfare measures for the elderly.
“The upcoming election will determine our path for the next five years. Chandrababu’s complaints to the Election Commission have only disrupted the pension distribution process for the elderly, forcing them to endure hardships under the scorching sun,” added the Chief Minister.
Reflecting on the state’s progress, Jagan criticized Naidu’s unfulfilled promises of high-tech cities and hailed his government’s achievements in developing new ports, airports, fishing harbours, and medical colleges.

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