Tadepalli: YSRCP Spokesperson and Sattenapalli MLA Ambati Rambabu slammed Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Jana Sena Party (JSP) on Monday for their 'Long March' carried out against the state government over the sand issue in Visakhapatnam.
Addressing a press conference, Ambati Rambabu said, Pawan Kalyan read out the script given by TDP and made personal remarks on YSRCP leaders. It proves that the political DNA of TDP and JSP is one and the same, he said.
It is impossible to satisfy Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan, come whatever the government does for the welfare of the people," he added. Launching a scathing attack on TDP, Rambabu stated that Pawan Kalyan is the politically adopted son for Chandrababu Naidu he said, as his own son Nara Lokesh is failing in political arena, he said. Pawan should do his own politics instead of becoming a pawn in the hands of Chandrababu Naidu, Rambabu added.
State Tourism Minister Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao criticised Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan saying that it was a wrong march and not a long march. The minister said that Chandrababu's son Lokesh was unfit for politics, and instead Pawan should be made TDP president.
Pawan is acting in politics: MLC Janga Krishnamurthy: Pawan Kalyan has become accustomed to acting not only in films but also in politics, said State BC Association President and MLC Janga Krishnamurthy. Scoffing at Chandrababu he said that the TDP chief was directing the movie Long March in Vishakhapatnam. Speaking to the media in Visakhapatnam on Sunday, he said that TDP leaders have been exploiting sand for the past five years.
Minister Velampalli Srinivas and MLA Malladi Vishnu lambasted the TDP and Jana Sena Party, which had formed alliances before the elections, have now come together again. He said that Pawan Kalyan had not opened his mouth on the TDP sand trafficking last year when the TDP were in power, but now he has woken up to the fact that there was an issue about sand mining.
Jana Sena Party on Sunday carried out a long march against the state government on the issue of prevailing sand scarcity in the state.