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2019-11-11T03:43:18.239Z11-11-2019 2019-11-11T03:43:15.083Z - - 10-07-2020
Speaking to media about the ongoing sand crisis in the state, minister Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy said that YCP will ensure that Chandrababu Naidu will get a jail term of 16 years for all the corruption during his term. The Panchayat Raj, Mining and Rural Development Minister said, "Since our leader, YS Jagan was jailed for 16 months, we will send Chandrababu Naidu to jail for 16 years."
He further revealed that the Jagan administration is 'digging deep' into all the 'dubious' activities of the erstwhile TDP government. The senior YCP leader enthused that Jagan would send Naidu to Jail for 16 years as the government is 'serious' over Naidu's 'corruption'.
Elaborating over the sand crisis in the state, Peddireddy said that the opposition is making an unnecessary fuss over the unavailability of sand and is just planning to politicise the issue despite assurances to the people from the government.
Lashing out at Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan for his ' long marches' and accusations against Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy, Peddireddy alleged that Pawan is doing all the drama at the behest of Chandrababu Naidu. The mining minister added that the 'unavailability' of sand is temporary owing to the floods. He asked the people and construction workers to not worry about it as the sand would be available once floods slow down.
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