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Pawan,CBN declare war on AP CM Jagan

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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AP CM Jagan Reddy is facing formidable opposition from a united front as former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and Jana Sena Party President Pawan Kalyan have joined hands to challenge the ruling YSR Congress Party (YCP) led by Reddy. Their collaboration, promoted themselves as Telugu Jana Vijayketana Sabha, recently organized a massive rally in Tadepalligudem, drawing in a multitude of supporters.

Chandra Babu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan didn't mince words, accusing Reddy of undermining democratic institutions and fostering division within the state along caste and religious lines. Their joint mission is to dismantle what they describe as an "evil regime" and reinstate good governance in Andhra Pradesh.

Pawan Kalyan's impassioned speech was a direct challenge to Jagan's leadership, highlighting his own roots and commitment to the people. His reference to studying in Telugu medium and his statement about culture hinted at a perceived disconnect between Jagan and the common man.

By likening himself to Vamana, a mythological figure who defeated a powerful king, Pawan Kalyan portrayed himself as a force against Jagan's regime. His call to "write strategies" and "demolish Jagan's castles" underscored his determination to bring about political change.

The condemnation of alleged violence by YCP supporters aimed to rally activists and supporters against intimidation tactics. His declaration of solidarity with his followers emphasized his commitment to their cause, regardless of victory or defeat.

Pawan Kalyan's criticism of Jagan's governance, particularly the question about the alleged theft of an MLA, and his recognition of Chandrababu Naidu's contributions suggested a broader narrative of change and the need for experienced leadership.

Chandrababu Naidu's speech was marked by strong criticism against Jagan Reddy's governance and promises. He emphasized his commitment to making Andhra Pradesh the number one state and the Telugu nation the best in the world, indicating a vision for development.

Naidu accused Jagan of being a "bluff master" and questioned him about various unfulfilled promises, including the issue of special status, alcohol ban, and cancellation of CPS. He also raised questions about the circumstances surrounding his father's death, challenging the integrity of the YCP's leadership.

The former Chief Minister criticized Jagan for allegedly insulting prominent personalities like Chiranjeevi and Rajamouli and highlighted the contrast between the TDP's achievements in bringing funds and industries to the state during his tenure and the perceived lack of progress under the YCP.

Naidu's speech aimed to galvanize support for the TDP-Janasena alliance and portrayed the YCP's rule as detrimental to the state's progress. He ended on a hopeful note, expressing confidence that better days were ahead for Andhra Pradesh under his leadership.

The rally marked a significant stride in consolidating opposition against Reddy, with leaders from both the TDP and Jana Sena parties sharing the stage while a sea of activists rallied behind them, chanting slogans in support of the alliance.

Naidu emphasized the rally's symbolic importance, labeling it as the inaugural step towards liberating Andhra Pradesh. He affirmed their resolve to confront and defeat Reddy's deceitful tactics head-on.

Echoing Naidu's resolve, Kalyan stressed the imperative of the alliance in safeguarding the state from Reddy's detrimental policies, highlighting the grievances of students, farmers, and women allegedly neglected under Reddy's administration. He reiterated their commitment to utilizing the power of the vote to install a government that truly represents the people.

The rally also garnered support from Member of Parliament Raghurama Krishnamraju, who pledged his allegiance to the alliance, citing his dedication to preserving the people's sovereignty alongside Kalyan and Naidu.

The burgeoning enthusiasm among the populace of Andhra Pradesh for a change in leadership signals a promising outlook for the alliance. With the Telugu Jana Vijayketana Sabha poised to mount a robust challenge against Reddy in the forthcoming elections, the political landscape of Andhra Pradesh stands on the cusp of significant transformation.

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