Babu ends phase I of yatra with no kind words for Congress, YSRC

Published: 12th September 2013 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th September 2013 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

Telugu Desam Party president Nara Chandrababu Naidu has alleged that the Congress and the YSRC parties colluded for the next General Elections. The TDP chief continued his attack on YS Jagan and the Congress on the sixth and last day of his Atma Gaurava Yatra in Krishna district Wednesday.

He questioned how an inmate of a jail be permitted to go on a hunger strike while still in jail, and be rushed for treatment in a hospital of his choice without the support of the Congress party.

He said the YS Jagan is running the party from the jail due to the tacit support extended to him by the Congress.

Naidu resumed the Yatra at Utukuru village of Gampalagudem mandal, and continued via Gajuvari gudem, Garlapadu and Gollapudi, and later entered Tiruvuru mandal Wednesday. Addressing the public meetings during the bus yatra in Gampalagudem and Tiruvur mandals, he lashed out at the leaders of YSRC and Congress parties.

He alleged that YSRC activists stole money from ATMs and printed fake currency in the East Godavari district to fund YS Sharmila’s Yatra in the Seemandhra districts. He cautioned the public in Gampalagudem that YSRC activists could rob their pockets.

Babu concluded the 11 day Atma Gourava Yatra in Guntur and Krishna district Wednesday, and will take four days rest before starting the second phase.

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