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TDP photo expo on attacks on Backward Classes

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PNS|Vijayawada

The Opposition Telugu Desam has started a counter strategy to YSRC’s plans to consolidate BCs’ support under which the party organised a photo exhibition about alleged attacks on BCs in the Jagan government. YSRC is conducting ‘Jayaho BC Maha Sabha’ in Vijayawada on Wednesday on a large scale, so TD started counterattacks with photo-exhibition and dharnas from Tuesday.

TDP AP State president Kinjarapu Atchannaidu inaugurated the photo exhibition organised at TD central office to protest the lies and betrayal of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to the BCs. Former Ministers Ch Ayyannapatrudu, Kalavenkata Rao and Kollu Ravindra, MLA Anagani Sathyaprasad, TD State General Secretary Buddha Venkanna, Hindupuram Parliament Segment president BK Parthasarathy, Visakhapatnam Parliament Segment president Palla Srinivasa Rao, State BC Federation General Secretary, Veeranki Venkata Gurumurthy and other leaders claimed that Jagan Reddy’s three-and-a-half-year rule did nothing to BCs and nothing has changed except betraying the BCs.

TDP leaders said that being a traitor of the BCs, Jagan Reddy could not even give a proper name to the BCs Sabha and termed ‘Jayaho BC Maha Sabha’ a a ‘Bhajana Sabha’. They claimed that 34 percent of BC reservations were reduced to 24 percent and 16,800 posts of local bodies are not available to BCs due to the inefficiency of Jagan Reddy. They alleged that Jagan started chanting BC Mantra with a cunning mind to separate the weaker sections from the TD. They claimed that it was only after the establishment of the Telugu Desam Party that the weaker sections of the state of Andhra Pradesh got political, economic, and social recognition.

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