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Updated On 20-04-2019 15:19:36 ISTUpdated On 20-04-20192019-04-20T09:49:10.814Z20-04-2019 2019-04-20T09:49:08.765Z - 2019-04-20T09:49:36.140Z - 20-04-2019
Rajya Sabha member of YSRCP Vijayasai Reddy advised CBI ex JD Lakshmi Narayana to take classes from CM Naidu.
He tweeted that he doesn't know what JD is in Janasena. However, he said that Janasena contested only 65 seats and remaining B forms were given by Janasena to TDP, he said satirically. He mentioned KA Paul who claimed of losing B forms and said that Janasena chief had put up dummy candidates in 80 constituencies.
He said that if Lakshmi Narayana still doesn't understand the seat arithmetic in Andhra Pradesh, he better go to take tuition classes from CM Naidu. He accused Janasena and TDP that they are fighting separately to make fools out of people. However, his opinion is that people correctly understood about the unholy alliance of TDP and Janasena and thus voted for YSRCP.
He further criticised Lakshmi Narayana that he better prefix the title of 'His Masters Voice'(HMV). He appreciated the commitment of Lakshminarayana as he was all prepared to join TDP, but on the command of CBN, joined Janasena to boost its chances of damaging YSRCP.
Vijaya Sai Reddy also questioned why Janasena Chief Pawan Kalyan did not campaign in Kuppam and Mangalagiri? Himself answering the question, Vijaya Sai Reddy said that people shall teach a lesson to TDP and Janasena by giving power to YSRCP.
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