YSRCP delegation led by Jagan to meet Guv
YSR Congress party delegation, led by party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, will meet Governor ESL Narasimhan tomorrow and lodge a complaint against TDP government's role in the fraud committed on democracy in the just concluded elections to the chairpersons of municipalities, MPPs and ZPPs in the state.
The delegation will include party MLAs and senior leaders, party spokesperson and MLA Srikanth Reddy told reporters here today.
Mr Reddy said that people have already begun hating the TDP Government for its role in committing fraud on democracy in the conduct of municipal and local bodies' chairperson polls and for its miserable failure in keeping its election promises.
"With Mr Naidu in confusion and speaking different voices on implementing his promise of farm loan waiver, and with his open support to party leaders in making a mockery of democracy in the chairperson elections, people are hanging their heads in shame," Mr Reddy said, adding that the elements of nature also stopped cooperating with the Government, led by a sinful Mr Naidu.
Wondering whether "we are in a democracy at all," he said TDP Government suppressed the voice of opposition by intimidating YSRCP Municipal councilors, MPTC and ZPTC members and resorting to poaching and baiting them with monetary and other benefits for undue political gains.
"TDP has scant respect for democracy and democratic processes," he said and remarked "Naidu talks of simplicity in AP but in Hyderabad he is spending Rs 10 crore to refurbish his office.
People are suffering with heavy power cuts and losing jobs and he (naidu) is not even in a position to think of the women folk and their problems," he alleged.
(Posted on 06-07-2014)