Nadda calls upon people to drive YSR Congress out of power in AP

BJP national president JP Nadda has called upon the people of Andhra Pradesh to drive out the ruling YSRCP government by voting and electing BJP to power in the state in the next assembly elections.

While addressing a large gathering at ‘Godavari Garjana’ in Rajamahendravaram on Tuesday, the BJP chief slammed the ruling Jaganmohan Reddy government for its “lack of financial discipline,” which is resulting in an increase of the state debt to Rs. 8 lakh crore.

He alleged that when the National Educational Policy was trying to encourage regional languages, the YSRCP government was discouraging the Telugu language promotion.

He also said that the YSR Congress government was involved in high-level corruption while the land, sand, and liquor mafia ruled across the Andhra Pradesh state.

He said the TDP (Telugu Desam Party) missed the bus as they lost the trust of the BJP leadership.

He remained silent on Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan’s three proposals – to have an alliance with either the BJP or the BJP and TDP together or JSP to contest the elections alone in the upcoming assembly polls 2024.

JP Nadda dwelt at length on how the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced various welfare schemes and development works during its eight years of rule.

He further said that the BJP government at the Centre has achieved many milestones across various sectors such as GDP, health, manufacturing of covid vaccine, FDI, reduction of illiteracy and poverty, etc.