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Jagan Govt looted welfare fund of construction workers: Lokesh

PNS | VIJAYAWADA

TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh, on Wednesday, alleged that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy’s obsession for money had driven 40 lakh construction workers onto the roads. “The Jagan Government has looted the welfare fund of the construction workers amounting to a whooping Rs 2,000 crore,” Lokesh said, while interacting with trade union and builders representatives at Chinna Avutapalli of Gannavaram in the combined Krishna district during the Padayatra. These representatives expressed serious concern that the construction sector suffered maximum damage in the past four years due to the faulty policies of the State government.

Assuring them that the revised taxes would be brought down by the coming TDP government, Nara Lokesh told them that a better policy on sand would also be formulated to strengthen the building industry. “The policy of the TDP is to provide maximum benefits and subsidies to sectors that create maximum possible employment opportunities,” he added. Lokesh expressed confidence that the construction industry would certainly reclaim its past glory under the coming TDP government.

Nara Lokesh announced the name of Yarlagedda Venkat Rao as the TDP in-charge of the Gannavaram Assembly segment and called upon the party activists to work together to ensure that the TDP emerges victorious in the coming polls. Several other leaders from different parties, particularly from the ruling YSRCP, joined the TDP in the presence of Lokesh.

Regretting supporting Vamsi in the past two elections denying opportunity to several senior local leaders, Lokesh felt that one should always abide by ethics and policies adopted by their respective political parties. The TDP national general secretary made it clear that the party firmly stood by those who were facing false cases.

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