Jagan Vows to Make AP Power Surplus - The New Indian Express

Jagan Vows to Make AP Power Surplus

Published: 02nd May 2014 08:38 AM

Last Updated: 02nd May 2014 08:44 AM

YSRC chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has promised to strive for a reduction in the notified area of the Kolleru lake from contour +5 to contour +3 after coming to power.

Addressing an election meeting at Kaikaluru in Krishna district on Thursday, Jagan promised he would see that there would be no power cuts in the state by 2019 if his party was voted to power.

He also promised that all belt-shops would be removed and local women employed in the police force to keep a tab on them and atrocities on women.

Continuing his attack on the TDP chief, Jagan demanded to know how Naidu, who had held just two acres of land before entering politics, could earn thousands of crores of rupees.

Both Naidu and his BJP friends, who had claimed during electioneering in Telangana that it was because of them that Telangana was being formed, changed their tune within 24 hours and started blaming YSRC for the bifurcation, he said.

Jagan promised that he would offer the first MLC seat to Dulam Nageswara Rao (DNR) after coming to power. DNR had sought the Kaikaluru Assembly ticket.

Earlier, addressing a meeting at Lakshmipuram centre in  Bantumilli, the YSRC chief asked voters not to trust TDP. “Naidu is a big liar and is trying to come back to power by promising developmental schemes.

He said the BJP government at the Centre had utterly failed to develop Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand after it had formed them. The BJP had promised to release `10,000 crore for the development a new capital for Chhattisgarh — New Raipur — but released just `400 crore.

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