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Updated On 23-10-2018 20:28:37 ISTUpdated On 23-10-20182018-10-23T00:00:00.000Z23-10-2018 2018-10-23T00:00:00.000Z - 2018-10-23T14:58:37.376Z - 23-10-2018
Launching a series of fresh attacks on the ruling TDP government, YSRCP spokesperson Ambati Rambabu said that the law and order situation in the state had failed miserable under the Chandrababu government.
Rambabu added that the government and official machinery is not being used to establish law and order but as a tool to settle personal scores. He added that recent ‘Police Martyrs’ Day was the best example of governments’ inefficiency where the occasion was heap baseless allegations on opposition.
‘Chandrababuu trying to implicate the people of Kadapa and the Opposition Party in the arson incidents at Tuni and Amaravathi besides the breach of Polavaram canal shows how insipid the TDP governance has been’ said Rambabu speaking to the media.
‘The Tuni arson incident is still fresh in the memories of the people which took place during the Kapu reservation agitation and Chandrababu Naidu government is blaming YSRCP and Kadapa people for it. When sugarcane and plantain fields were burnt at Amaravathi the script went on similar lines and on both occasions, it was the ruling party that was responsible and the issue was no different during the breach at Polavaram’ added Rambabu.
Rambabu pointed out that TDP government was infamous of siding with criminals and providing them with cabinet positions and was trying to silence all the voices questioning this.
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