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Jana Sena Party political affairs committee chairman Nadendla Manohar took strong exception to the banning of holding road shows and meeting on public places and roads.

In a statement here on Tuesday, Manohar described the GO, which was passed, prohibiting the road shows and meetings at public places and roads, as a ‘dark GO’.  He questioned the government for issuing the GO during the night and termed the GO as arbitrary. Manohar cited that Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy participated in a meeting organised at Benz circle in Vijayawada.

“The disenchantment of people in the Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government is growing every day.  The disenchantment clearly appeared in Pawan Kalyan’s Janavani and Koulu Rythu Bharosa meetings.  Pawan Kalyan received an overwhelming welcome in Visakhapatnam which forced the government to confine Pawan Kalyan to a hotel room,” Manohar slammed.

The freedom of expression bestowed by Article 19 of the Constitution also includes the activities of political parties. “Has the YSRCP government decided to ban Article 19 in the State of Andhra Pradesh?” he questioned. Even the right to live would be taken away in the future,” he ridiculed.

The YSRCP government tried to prevent the Koulu Rythu Bharosa meeting of JSP held in Sattenapalli, he criticised. Manohar pointed out that Jagan Mohan Reddy flagged off ration vehicles after closing all roads at the busy Benz circle in Vijayawada. The RTC buses are being used to transport people to the Chief Minister’s meeting, giving trouble to the RTC passengers, he said

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