AP Minister Roja Counters BJP National President JP Nadda

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Andhra Pradesh Minister for Tourism, Culture and Youth Welfare RK Roja lashed out at BJP national president J P Nadda for his baseless comments. She said that people will give their mandate to YSRCP in the upcoming Atmakur bypoll.  She said that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is working hard for the welfare of the people and has come up with many welfare schemes. She said that YS Jagan is doing many great things which the saffron party is not doing in its 18 ruling states. She demanded to know  "If the centre was not taking debts?" and "were the BJP CMs not borrowing". She asserted that people of Andhra Pradesh know what BJP, Janasena and TDP have done to the state.

The ruling YSRCP is confident of winning the Atmakur Assembly by polls, which is going to be held on June 23 with a thumping majority, she said. The Bharatiya Janata Party is also putting its efforts to show its mark in the by-election. The YSRCP has appointed ministers for each mandal in Atmakur constituency for monitoring the election campaign. BJP leaders, with the support of Janasena party leaders have also started a campaign in the constituency.

BJP national president J P Nadda is currently in Kolkata on a two-day visit to West Bengal where he will be holding back-to-back meetings with the state unit. He was received at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport  (Dumdum), on Tuesday evening by senior BJP leaders including state president Sukanta Majumdar. On Wednesday morning, he will visit the Vande Mataram Bhavan at Chinsurah in Hooghly district and later visit Rashbehari Bose Research Institute at Chandannagore in the district. He will also attend the state executive body meeting at National Library in South Kolkata. On Thursday, Nadda will hold a meeting with public representatives of the party and mandal (local unit) presidents.

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