Wanted to be CM to serve people: YS Jagan

Wanted to be CM to serve people: YS Jagan - Sakshi Post

Leader of the Opposition and YSR Congress party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that he wanted to become the CM just do good for the people of the state.

The YSRCP chief addressed the meeting of party workers of several assembly constituencies on Tuesday at Ongole as part of two-day organisational review.
He held extensive discussions with the leaders on post-election scenario and also on how to strengthening the party further.
YS Jagan reiterated that the difference between losing and winning parties in the elections was just 5 lakh votes.
"We would have got more votes had I too made false promises. Chandrababu would do anything to usurp power. He made unimplementable promises for the sake of power."
Exposing the TDP government on its failure to keep loan waiver promise to farmers, YS Jagan said that the Government could not even meet the interest burden of Rs 14,000 crore. It had only set apart just Rs. 5,000 crore for loan waiver and claimed that the government had written off 20 per cent of the debt burden of the farming community ignoring the fact that it would not even meet the interest burden.
"The TDP had promised jobs if Babu came to power. But today, the people have realised that the advent of Babu meant job cuts," YS Jagan added.
In the review meetings of the party, MLAs, coordinators of respective constituencies, key leaders, and mandal presidents and others have taken part.
Party leaders of district YV Subba Reddy MP, party dist president M Ashok, MLAs Pothula Rama Rao, Gottipati Ravi Kumar, J Venkat Reddy, P David Raju, Aadimulapu Suresh, party leaders Balineni Srinivasa Reddy, Buchepalli Sivaprasada Reddy, Ongole parliement observer Amritapani, Ummareddy Venkateswarlu attended the meet on first day.

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