Monday, March 4, 2024

Naidu outlines vision for regional development

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In a fiery public meeting at Venkatagiri, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu levelled a series of charges against Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and the YSRCP government.
The meeting, held as part of the ‘Raa Kadali Raa’ campaign, saw Naidu enumerating what he claimed were numerous mistakes by the current administration, asserting their negative impact on the lives of the People of the State.
Naidu began by criticising Jagan Mohan Reddy’s governance, alleging that it has failed to substantially improve various segments of the population. He condemned the discontinuation of TDP initiatives such as ‘Anna Canteens’ and the Festival Gift, citing the adverse effects on the public.
Naidu highlighted the alleged atmosphere of fear among government employees, attributing it to legal action taken against those questioning the State government on issues such as monthly salary delays.
The TDP chief outlined his vision for regional development, emphasising plans to connect Tirupati and Nellore with Chennai to create an economic hub. He underscored the TDP’s contributions to infrastructure development in Tirupati, attracting noteworthy companies and generating employment opportunities in Sri City.
Turning his attention to allegations of corruption, Naidu pledged to expose what he referred to as corruption related to Transferable Development Rights (TDR) bonds by the YSRC government. He accused Jagan Mohan Reddy of introducing illicit substances to the region and fostering a culture of fraudulent votes. Naidu claimed that the TDP effectively tackled red sandalwood smuggling during its tenure, contrasting it with what he described as the YSRCP’s controversial decision to allocate the Chittoor Assembly seat to a red sandalwood smuggler. He promised a thorough inquiry and punishment for wrongdoers if the TDP assumed power.
Naidu also brought attention to alleged irregularities in voter registrations, asserting that 1.15 lakh bogus votes were added in the Chandragiri constituency alone. He demanded accountability for officials responsible for registering these votes. Questioning the fulfilment of promises made by Jagan Mohan Reddy, including special status, alcohol ban, CPS abolition, and electricity charges, Naidu accused YSRCP MLAs Vara Prasad, Biyyapu Madhusudhan Reddy, Bhumana Karunakar Reddy, and others of corruption. He concluded by vowing to complete pending works in the district once the TDP-Jana Sena alliance assumes power.

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