AMARAVATI: Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took serious note of allegations that were made by opposition leader N Chandrababu Naidu in Assembly on Thursday on G.O. 2430 which seeks to file complaints and file defamation cases against ‘erring’ media organisations and personnel.

Speaking during question hour, Chief Minister said that the opposition leader making hue and cry unnecessarily on the G.O. and he failed to read the actual content in it. “I am surprised as the opposition is demanding to withdraw or scrap the G.O. I am asking Chandrababu Naidu did he read it completely or not.” “I feel that either the opposition leader does not know English or fail to understand the content of the G.O.”- YS Jagan Mohan Reddy commented.

The Chief Minister said that this G.O. is going to be a big problem for those media houses and persons who want to defame the government with motives and bad intentions. “If someone makes unnecessary comments or makes derogatory remarks, government will not keep quite. No government official is ready to take blame without any proper reason. This G.O. will facilitate any official or government to take action on media who wants to defame or indulge in mudslinging with bad motive.

“Chandrababu claims that he is having 40 years of experience in politics, but he is not having minimum common sense”-he added.

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