Taking to Twitter on Monday, Naidu said the government should feel ashamed for not supplying adequate water to AIIMS, which provides superspeciality services to the poor.
TDP senior leader and former MLA Dhulipalla Narendra has felt that the day is not too far when the people will throw the YSRC out of the State.
During his maiden visit to the Assembly segment after taking charge as chief minister, Jagan addressed a large public gathering and lambasted at the Opposition TDP.
Stating that he has never seen a CM like Jagan Mohan Reddy, who always utters blatant lies, Naidu said Jagan has taken even the Assembly for a ride.
YSRC leaders keen to make Jagan’s meeting on home turf of Naidu a show of strength to achieve goal of 175/175
The TDP chief pointed out that no successive Chief Minister, including YSR, never thought of changing the name of the university, which acquired national recognition.
Alleges 11. 74% industrial growth not visible to TDP chief and his friendly media, terms getting Bulk Drug Park despite stiff competition a major achievement
After promising that he would rebuild Amaravati, which was not designed well during the TDP regime, Jagan has now retracted on it.
Apart from Amaravati, the TDLP decided to demand a debate on Polavaram, liquor scam and other people’s issues.
A major cause of concern for Naidu could be the fact that he won the seat with a margin of just 30,000 votes in 2019 as against 47,000 in 2014.
The police also suggested that the TDP leaders lodge a complaint with a limited number of persons.
It may be recalled that Jagan, during the last Cabinet meeting, had asked his cabinet colleagues to give a strong reply to the Opposition criticism against the government schemes.
Former TDP minister KS Jawahar said people will not forgive the attempts of the YSRC to thwart the Maha Padayatra of Amaravati farmers.
They reiterated that the policy of the State government is decentralised administration and development.
Social Welfare Minister Meruga Nagarjuna threatened to cut the tongue of Lokesh if he failed to keep it in control.
Countering Revanth’s remarks that he had joined BJP for financial gains, Rajagopal said he had sold his properties after entering politics.
He accused Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy of imposing a financial burden of `3.25 lakh on every family in the State in the past three years.
His reaction came a day after the BJP categorically asserted it would not have any truck with the TDP or the ruling YSR Congress.
The TDP chief said the employees have every right to protest against the government policies.
Participating in the YSRC social media wing meeting at the party headquarters on Tuesday, Sajjala said for any party to be successful, it should be ‘live’.