Naidu conspirator of post-poll violence: Botcha Satyanarayana

He exuded confidence that the YSRC will make a clean sweep in the State by winning all the 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats.
Education Minister Botcha Satyanarayana
Education Minister Botcha Satyanarayana

VIZIANAGARAM: Education Minister Botcha Satyanarayana has reiterated that the YSRC will win the election and YS Jagan Mohan Reddy will take oath as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh for the second time, in Visakhapatnam on June 9.

Addressing a press conference at the residence of his brother Botcha Appalanarasayya on Friday, he said, “The TDP-led NDA in the State does not have confidence of victory in the elections. Hence, it has resorted to create unrest in the State ahead of counting of votes on June 4. TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu is the key conspirator of the post-poll violence in the State.”

He exuded confidence that the YSRC will make a clean sweep in the State by winning all the 175 Assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats. “We have given top priority to people’s welfare and development of the State in the last five years. We have fulfilled more than 99% of the election promises as we treat the manifesto as a holy book. We are confident that the people of Andhra Pradesh will bless us for the second term with a huge majority. Hence, Naidu and his fellow media are trying to create unrest in the State. Naidu is always anti-poor. He cannot digest if anybody does good for the poor. Hence, he has written letters to the Election Commission to stop the welfare schemes,” he said.

The Education Minister said, “The Election Commission is acting in a biased manner, especially with regard to poll violence in Palnadu and other areas in the State. We have doubts on the Election Commission pertaining to leak of webcasting footage of one incident when nine incidents of vandalism took place.”

He demanded that the Election Commission release the webcasting footage of all the incidents to enable people know the facts, and conduct a fair probe into the incidents irrespective of the political parties involved in it. “I appeal to YSRC cadre to be patient until June 4, and cooperate with the official machinery to complete the counting process smoothly,” he said.

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