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Vijayasai Reddy warns people to be wary of Chandrababu

19-12-201819-12-2018 17:13:29 IST
2018-12-19T11:43:29.081Z19-12-2018 2018-12-19T11:43:26.260Z - - 08-04-2020

  Vijayasai Reddy warns people to be wary of Chandrababu

YSRCP’s Rajya Sabha MP Vijayasai Reddy criticized Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu over Twitter. Vijayasai Reddy has always been speaking about TDP government’s atrocities on people of Andhra Pradesh. 

Vijayasai Reddy recently protested in Rajya Sabha over the failed assurance of Special Category Status. His tweet said, “Chandrababu is making attempts to cover up the anger on his government in people by using graphics, to project as the development which has never been done in the first place.”

He added, “Chandrababu has the voter data of 3.72 crore people, which is linked with the real-time data. With this process, Chandrababu can compromise over the data directly, indirectly, financially. He added Chandrababu has collected the data of voters’ caste, religion’ social status, income, political background and warned the public to be careful with the TDP government.” 

 YSRCP Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) G Srikanth Reddy addressed a media gathering very recently in which he demanded the restoration of Aarogyasri health scheme with immediate effect by clearing the hospital dues that sum upto crores of rupees. 

G Srikanth said, “The flagship welfare scheme started by late Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy was emulated by other states in the country but the State Government has watered it down putting the poor people in hardships.” He further added, “The state has stopped the scheme as it owes private hospitals over Rs 500 crores and has been neglecting the welfare scheme which has been the lifeline to the marginalised sections of the society.”



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