Jagan playing mind game to win elections, says Andhra CM Naidu
Narsipatnam: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu appealed to people to vote cautiously to protect the interests of future generations. Citing the remarks of Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan, the Chief Minister said that the voters should win the elections by voting to the right person. He said people can win the elections by voting to the Telugu Desam party.
Addressing road show, the Chief Minister said that Jagan is playing mind game to win the elections. He said that Jagan is politicising the death of his own uncle Vivekananda Reddy. He said voting for Jagan means writing your own death declaration. If Jagan comes to power no industrialist will come forward to invest in Andhra Pradesh. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Telangana CM KCR has been supporting Jagan. Former CBI joint director Lakshminarayana contesting from Visakhapatnam on Jana sena ticket. As he investigated the ED case of Jagan he should reveal the truth on Jagan's irregularities to people.
The Chief Minister said that KCR is trying to stall the development in AP. He said that he will go ahead like a bullet in his mission to develop AP as the number one state in the country despite of misdeeds of opponents. He said Modi deceived the people of AP by presenting mud and water for development Amaravati capital. Jagan has been supporting such persons who deprived the state of its bifurcation assurances and special category status.
Referring to Pawan Kalyan the Chief Minister object referring himself (CM) with Jagan who is facing number of cases. He said Pawan Kalyan should make it clear whether he stands in support of state or criminals. He said Pawan Kalyan has no moral right to talk about him. He said Pawan's comment on his experience annoyed him.
The chief Minister said that Telengana govt is trying to establish its indirect rule on AP to stall the development. He said people of Visakhapatnam district should teach a lesson to Modi, KCR and Jagan by defeating the YSR congress party.
The Chief Minister promised to make efforts to increase the per capita income of people.