YS Jagan unfazed by TDP, Jana Sena, BJP coalition in AP


Rama Krishna Sangem

AP CM and YCP president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on March 10, Sunday appeared unfazed at the opposition TDP, Jana Sean and BJP coming together to fight in the coming elections to the Lok Sabha and assembly. He addressed a massive Siddham meeting at Medarametla near Bapatla as part of his election rallies.

Jagan made it clear that he would not be afraid of any opposition coalition as he is confident of people’s support to him for another term. “As long as you are with me and God’s and your blessings are with me, I will not be afraid of anyone. Please give me another term of five years to continue our policies of welfare and growth,” he told people.

Jagan said political power is just an instrument to serve people well. “I am not after power for the sake of power. I can be comfortable without it too. But, power helps me serve you better and effectively. You have seen how effectively and corruption free we served people through our welfare measures,” he said.


At his vitriolic best

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was his vitriolic best when he launched a symbolic broadside aimed at Party symbols. Fan should be inside the house while cycle should be kept out and the tea glass should be in the sink, he said at the Sidham meeting held here on Sunday, said a press release.

Taking the metaphor further, he said, TDP’s cycle is worn out and rusted away. It lacks wheels, tires and tubes.  For mobility it is seeking the help of others.

The fourth and last Siddham public meeting was attended by the Party rank and file from  across 43 assembly constituencies spread over Guntur, Palnadu, Prakasam, Bapatla, Nellore and Tirupati districts and the milling crowds spilled over the  sprawling 338 acres of  the  venue.


Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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