TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh has accused the YSRC government of continuing its “ruthless tactics” against the women agitators from Amaravati capital.
He found fault with the government announcing relief only to those houses, which were submerged more than one week.
Agriculture Minister Kurasala Kannababu has lashed out at TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh for the latter’s remarks against the State government.
He asked the farmers about the extent of losses in the heavy rains and floods.
TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh demanded that compensation to farmers for the crop loss incurred by them due to heavy rains, be equal to the amount invested on the crop.
Moreover, the Chief Minister was insulting them by asking whether the farmers wear T-shirts and use turkey towels, he remarked.
In a statement issued here on Friday, Lokesh said that the Dalit youth was called in the name of investigation and was badly beaten that led to his eventual death.
Lokesh said the government take measures to protect the interests of lakhs of artisans and weavers, who are dependent on traditional crafts for their livelihood.
The TDP MLC recalled that during his party’s tenure, the government gave ‘Pasupu Kumkuma’ benefits to over 1 crore women, but the present govt is giving welfare benefits to just 23 lakh women.
TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh said the frequent occurrence of industrial mishaps in Vizag was a cause for concern.
The YSRC leaders were perpetrating their sand mafia activities under the cover of stock yards, he alleged.
Lokesh called on former MP JC Diwakar Reddy and his family members at Tadipatri in Anantapur district on Monday and discussed the cases filed against JC family members.
Lokesh’s net assets dropped to Rs 19 crore from Rs 21.40 crore, and while his assets are worth Rs 24.70 crore, he has liabilities to the tune of Rs 5.70 crore.
YSRC leaders, meanwhile, said the raids exposed the true face of the TDP.
Maoist threat to his life was found in the form of a letter after the 2016 AOB encounter.