YSRCP hits out at Pawan Kalyan over ‘baseless’ allegations against Andhra government

The YSRCP strongly criticized Janasena leader Pawan Kalyan for making “baseless” comments against YS Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy regarding sharecroppers and said the state government has implemented various welfare and sharecropping programs. Speaking to the media at the party’s central office here on Sunday, Water Resources Minister Ambati Rambabu said Pawan Kalyan had forgotten about Chandrababu’s deception of the farmers, who were up to their necks in debt because Naidu didn’t failed to deliver on its promise to forgo agricultural loans. and asked Pawan why he didn’t question Naidu then.

He said Chandrababu Naidu tried to bait the Kapu community with Pawan Kalyan and added that Pawan Kalyan never wanted to come to power but to help Naidu become Chief Minister. He claimed that Pawan Kalyan is an adopted son of Naidu and challenged him to run solo in the upcoming general election. He said that Pawan made Rytu Bharosa Yatra under the guidance of Raghu Rama Krishnam Raju and with financial assistance from Naidu and recalled that the state government compensated 480 farmers who committed suicide under the previous government.

Meanwhile, at a separate press conference in Vishakapatnam, Industry, IT, Investment and Infrastructure Minister Gudivada Amarnath said the allegations against the government of the state by Pawan Kalyan were “baseless and meaningless” and said the latter had no moral right to talk about farmers and it was Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who implemented various schemes for the welfare and development of farmers. The minister claimed that Pawan was working under Naidu’s influence and rehearsing his script for their vested interests. He said the charges against the Chief Minister were due to the conspiracies of the TDP and the Congress and added that people did not believe in them and therefore rejected the Congress in 2014 and the TDP in 2019. He flayed Pawan that he doesn’t even know the difference between “arrest” and “conviction”. (ANI)

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