Floods In AP: Vijayasai Reddy Blames Chandrababu’s Misadventures  

Talking to Twitter on Thursday, Reddy said Chandrababu ran away to Hyderabad as danger in form of flood awaited to his illegal house built on the embankment of Krishna river on Lingamaneni Estate - Sakshi Post

Amaravati: Taking a dig at TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, YSRCP general secretary Vijayasai Reddy said that Krishna river was cracking a whip on people by way of causing excessive flooding in the region due to the monumental mistakes committed by the former.

Talking to Twitter on Thursday, Vijayasai Reddy said Chandrababu ran away to Hyderabad as danger in form of flood awaited to his illegal house built on the embankment of Krishna river on Lingamaneni Estate. "Even an enemy should not face troubles like the way Chandrababu is currently facing now," he scoffed at him.


Due to his misadventures such as illegal sand mining, construction of artificial islands, guest houses on illegal lands, Chandrababu had brought down the storage capacities of major irrigation projects and thereby resulting in rivers swelling and excessive flooding. "While people are happy seeing rivers filling to their brim, Chandrababu had ran away to Hyderabad and spouting sarcastic comments," he mocked.


Knowing what lay in store, Chandrababu had shifted all his luxurious cars and expensive items from his Lingamaneni Estate house to another location. He should at least now understand that what would happen if one messes with the Mother Nature, Reddy added.

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