YSRCP brought state closer to bankruptcy, says Manohar


Jana Sena Party Affairs Committee (PAC) Chairwoman Nadendla Manohar lamented on Sunday that the YSRCP government and its welfare policies are pushing the state into bankruptcy.

Mr. Manohar began his three-day visit to East Godavari district on Sunday as part of strengthening party cadres in all segments of the Assembly and road repair campaign.

Addressing party cadres and members in the Konaseema region, Mr Manohar said the policies of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had brought the state to the brink of bankruptcy.

“Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy failed to understand the magnitude of flood losses and awarded a mere ₹2 crore for his home district of Kadapa. If it happens like this, we will soon have a leadership crisis capable of manage the situation,” Mr. Manohar said. He called on party cadres to launch a grassroots campaign to expose the policies of the YSRCP government and enlighten the people on “the failure of the state government.”

“The development of the state has stalled. There is no infrastructure development or investment attraction policy. These failures need to be exposed,” he said.

In Kakinada, Mr. Manohar participated in a “Sramadanam” program to repair the ADB-Achampeta road as part of the campaign.

Mr. Manohar presented a check for ₹5 lakh to each family of Kondapalli Venkateswarlu (Jaggampeta) and Mummidi Rajesh (Panduru village) who died recently in road accidents. The victims were active members of the JSP who were entitled to ex gratia under the party’s insurance scheme.


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