YSR Congress chief Jagan Mohan Reddy these days is going hard targeting his rival and Chief Minister Naidu. Jagan, who has been the target of Naidu and dozens of the TDP leaders, both in the Assembly and outside for the past four years, are now in defence protecting their leader from the onslaught, Those who have been calling Jagan a psycho these days have been the same for the past four years hurling abuses at him right, left and center.
The Election Commission has served a notice to Jagan Mohan Reddy for his remarks against Chandrababu Naidu at his meeting in Nandyala on August 3. While YSR Congress justifies his remarks, the TDP holds protests across the state and has even filed police cases against him.
Jagan Mohan Reddy’s comments are taken seriously by the TDP leaders. The remarks are also going viral in the social media. But, do the TDP leaders have the moral right to file cases against Jagan.
“You are making a mistake Chandrababugaru”, says the Leader of Opposition, pointing out that protestors are only asking the AP Chief Minister to implement what he promised in his manifesto.
The High Court on Tuesday refused to quash the case filed against Jagan, but, asked him to file a petition after the investigation is completed.
AP political scenario is heading towards Mahagatbandhan as in UP to defeat ruling party TDP as per political sources. If it is true how will it impact the TDP in coming elections.
AP TDP president Kala Venkatarao wrote an open letter to YSR Congress chief Jagan asking him to reveal the agenda behind his meeting with PM Modi.
Fans are fans. They have no reason or rhyme. They adore their hero or leader and undergo any hardship to meet them. 12-year old Prasad of Kurnool district is one such, a diehard admirer of YSRCP chief Jagan.
The election heat is slowly creeping up in Andhra Pradesh, after the court had rejected CBI’s plea of YS Jagan’s bail cancellation
A CBI petition in the CBI court requesting for cancellation of the bail, granted to YS Jagan Mohan Reddy earlier, for allegedly influencing a witness was rejected on Friday. Reddy was permitted to visit New Zealand.
TDP feels Mr. Jagan, who is already in ED’s dragnet, would certainly face tough time ahead of 2019 polls, and he couldn’t come out clean before that.
Do the party-men fear that the court might revoke their leader’s bail and send him to jail? This is the question everyone is asking now.
There is an impression that the opposition leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy in AP is unable to capitalise on the failures of the TDP Government.