Pawan Kalyan Has No Right To Talk About YS Jagan’s Governance: Roja

YSRCP MLA RK Roja - Sakshi Post

Chittoor: YSRCP Nagari MLA and APIIC Chairman RK Roja came out strongly at Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan’s remarks on the 100 days governance of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, and that he had no right to talk about his Governance.

She said that the actor-turned-politician was a sent in by the TDP to cover up for the wrong doings which were exposed recently.

Speaking to the media on Sunday, RK Roja said after TDP Chief N Chandrababu Naidu's drama enacted with 'paid artists' exposed, he is now sending Pawan Kalyan in to the political scene to divert public's mind.

"It is a known fact that he was always working in alliance with and in favour of the TDP chief. Was he blind when to the corruption that happened during the five-year rule of the TDP and cannot he see development that has taken place during Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy's tenure", she said. More than 80 percent of the promises made by YS Jagan were fulfilled in a span of 100 days, Roja said.

Taking a dig at the TDP the Nagari MLA said that the people of Andhra Pradesh had ensured YS Jagan's win in the elections, which won 151 seats. However you read, it remains as 151 she scoffed, whereas Pawan Kalyan's party won on only one seat. It is about time Pawan Kalyan does some introspection, Roja said. When the whole nation was praising YS Jagan's 100 day-tenure, Pawan Kalyan has no right to talk about his governance, that too under Chandrababu's influence, she concluded.

YSRCP MLA Kilari Rosaiah also expressed his ire at Pawan Kalyan for his statements against YS Jagan. Did he forget the fact that the YS Jagan government issued notification for four lakh jobs in the four months, he asked. He also reminded the JSP chief that the Chief Minister announced distribution of house pattas to 25 lakh beneficiaries by next Ugadi and also spoke about the several welfare schemes initiated by the Government for the benefit of the people in the State.

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