YSRCP protest programmes on May 27, 28

YSRCP protest programmes on May 27, 28 - Sakshi Post

YSR Congress Party will organise a two-day state-wide programme on May 27 and 28 to protest against the undemocratic detention of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy for the past one year.

“The main rally will be held at Necklace Road at 6 PM in the city in which party leaders and cadre will take part to vent their feelings against the unlawful arrest and detention of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy,’ Party Deputy Floor Leader Sobha Nagi Reddy told reporters here on Sunday.

Dubbing the arrest of YS Jagan Mohan Reddy as part of a political conspiracy hatched by the ruling Congress and main opposition TDP and using CBI is being used as a tool to settle political scores, she said party workers across the state will take part in the Candle March on May 27.

The Party will also observe a one-day Deeksha at Indira Park from 10.00 am to 5.00 pmdemanding the government to expedite the case, she said.

She appealed to all the party workers to join the agitation programme on both days in large number to express solidarity in the effort to highlight the unholy nexus of Congress and TDP in keeping Jagan away from the people.

She also appealed to the participants to take enough precautions due to the continuing heat wave across the state.

Though no evidence could be established by the CBI and charges could be proved, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has been in jail and the investigation agency has been prolonging its issue at the behest of political bosses, she said.

Reiterating that TDP and Congress are working hand-in-hand to fight the common adversary YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, she said, the two parties fear political debacle as the popularity of YSRCP and Jagan is growing every passing days, he said.

The wicked deeds of the Congress and TDP could only succeed in thwarting bail to Jagan but not a single charge against him could be proved, she said.

TDP has been blatantly supporting the Congress and with its support, the State Government is taking anti-people policies, she said.


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