Monday, November 5, 2018

Supporting TDP in 2014 was a mistake: Pawan




                            “Jana  Sena Party will come to power and set things right”



Wondering why Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu was fearing concerning the potential raids by the Income-Tax Department once his government was corruption-free, Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan on Sunday said that he had committed a mistake in extending support to the TDP within the 2014 elections.
“In the approaching elections, the JSP are voted to power to line right the misgovernment. we've our priorities right and that we even have the blessings of the folks,” he said whereas addressing a public meeting at Jaggampeta  as a part of his current district tour.

‘Corruption rampant’
Accusing the state government of encouraging corruption in mineral mining, Mr. Pawan Kalyan said no action had been taken against WHO|those that|people who} violated norms in dirt mining at Vantada and who had not even paid the fine levied by the court.
“The state government is taking part in the role of a mute spectator. The TDP leaders had suspect the Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy’s government of resorting to large-scale corruption within the mining sector and Mr. Naidu had then secure that transparency would be brought into the governance,” Mr. Pawan Kalyan recalled.

‘Naidu’s experience is of no use’
Observing that there was no modification within the state of affairs at the bottom level even throughout the TDP rule, he said that Mr. Naidu’s experience in politics was of no use to the folks.
“Corruption is rampant everywhere and no steps are being initiated to make sure transparency within the administration,” he said.
Taking potshots at Mr. Naidu for forging an alliance with the Congress, he said that it had been man. Naidu  who had command the Congress responsible for the division of the State.
“Instead of fighting for the Special class status (SCS), Mr. Naidu accepted the special package. Even currently he lacks sincerity in achieving SCS. If he's serious about it, let him convene an all-party meeting to debate the problem at length and sketch a thought of action to realize it,” the JSP president said.
Earlier within the day, Mr. Pawan Kalyan visited the Vantada area, wherever dirt mining was ongoing and interacted with the residents.
Expressing concern over pollution and absence of basic infrastructure there, Mr. Pawan Kalyan control the state government responsible for the sorry state of affairs.


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