TDP ready for early polls, Jagan behind Viveka murder: Lokesh

Amaravati, Feb.28 (Maxim News): TDP leader & MLC Nara Lokesh today said that his party was ever ready to face early Assembly elections whenever held in the State. Expressing hope that they would sweep elections, he said they would launch agitations against financial frauds and anti-people policies of the YSRCP government.

Speaking to media persons, Lokesh Naidu said, “Whilel previous TDP government borrowed Rs 2.5 lakh crore loans in five years, Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy brought Rs 4.50 lakh crore loas in three years. By 2024, the debt burden would be Rs 10 Lakh Crore”, he added. He also alleged that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was brain behind the murder of his paternal uncle YS Vivekananda Reddy.

During his visit to Visakhapatnam, Lokesh appeared before a court in connection with the Rs 75-crore defamation case he filed against the YS family’s “Sakshi” media. The next hearing was posted to March 14. YCP MP Avinash Reddy masterminded Viveka murder, tampered evidence and then propagated it as a ‘fatal heart attack’, he added.

Lokesh said the Viveka killers like Avinash Reddy were freely roaming the streets while the government was making false arrests of the TDP leaders. He also alleged Jagan Mohan Reddy, Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy and former DGP Sawang jointly threatened Sunitha Reddy. Lokesh said the whole Andhra Pradesh was being destroyed because of the “misrule” of Jagan Mohan Reddy. While no new industries were coming to the State even the existing companies were shifting to other States. Lokesh said the Chief Minister destroyed all revenue generation sources and started making false claims on welfare expenditure. In Vizag, he had mortgaged the Collectorate, MRO office and stadium. (Maxim News)

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