YS Jagan Lambasts Chandrababu Over Rampant Corruption In AP 

6 Nov, 2017 12:50 IST|Sakshi
YS Jagan addresses a mammoth gathering at Idupulapaya after launching #PrajaSankalpaYatra on Monday

Kadapa: AP's Leader of Opposition and YSR Congress Party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Monday lambasted the Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu for the rampant corruption, nepotism and utter inefficiency in his administration which had pushed the state backward in the past four years.

Addressing a mammoth gathering at Idupulapaya after launching the PrajaSankalpaYatra, YS Jagan urged the people to bless him to come to power in AP for the welfare and development of all sections of society. "I want to formulate our party manifesto to resolve all your problems," YS Jagan assured people amidst chanting of slogans 'Kavali Jagan, Ravali Jagan' by fans and followers who accompanied his through the Padayatra.

Reiterating that the purpose of his PrajaSankalpaYatra was to formulate a people's manifesto for the party for the 2019 elections by gathering their opinions and suggestions, YS Jagan said this is going to give him a blue print for an efficient government that can make Andhra Pradesh a progressive state. "Chandrababu Naidu brought a bad name to AP with his corrupt and inefficient administration which needs to be reversed for the welfare of each and every person in the state," he said.

My vision is to put Andhra Pradesh on a fast track to development while ensuring the welfare of farmers, workers, women, youth, tradesmen and all sections of society, he said.

-I have a desire to live in the hearts of people forever

-I have a desire to provide the best education for all children

-I have a desire to get jobs to each educated person

-I have a desire to get Special Category Status to AP which can only attract industries and investments into the state

-I have a desire to see farmers prosper through agriculture by providing all support

Thousands of people from various walks of life followed YS Jagan through the Padayatra on the Day 1.

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