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Polavaram fell victim to Jagan’s reverse rule, says Chandrababu

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TDP chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu, on Wednesday, said that Polavaram project, which is the lifeline for the people of the AP, has fallen victim to the reverse tendering of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

He said that the situation is so bad now that the farmers from the Godavari districts are forced to desert their favourite profession of farming, Naidu felt that the situation is unimaginale if farmers take rest and said that though almost all professions came to a grinding halt during Carona, only farmers continued their work.

The TDP chief said that they have completed 72 per cent of the Polavaram project works. Explaining as to how the Polavaram project works have been taken up and completed by 72 per cent and how water was supplied to Rayalaseema, Chandarbabu Naidu felt that now this imprudent Chief Minister has to depend on the Pattiseema. The Pattiseema pumps have been switched on fearing revolt from the people, he remarked.

Stating that administration is a continuous process, the TDP chief said that the people give power to any party only for five years and once again the leaders have to approach the voter. Expressing concern that the average debt burden on each farmer in the State is Rs 2.45 lakh as against Rs 75,000 in other parts of the country, Chandarbabu squarely blamed the Chief Minister, Jagan Mohan Reddy, for the heavy growth in the debt burden.

Chandrababu gave detailed clarification to the doubts raised by the farmers and made it clear that they should be very cautious in the coming days.

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