Ruling YSR Congress MLA and the party spokesman Ambati Rambabu said that the Telugu Desam Party chief Chandrababu Naidu and the Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan have same DNA and they speak the same language.
Rambabu took a dig at the Jana Sena chief’s comments against chief minister Y S Jagan mohan Reddy that the chief minister was not able to fight for the State issues because of the CBI cases. The YSR Congress MLA said that the Jana Sena scripts are prepared in the TDP office. Both Naidu and Pawan share the same DNA and that is the reason why they make same comments against Jaganmohan Reddy, he said.
Ambati wanted to know why Pawan Kalyan never questioned Chandrababu Naidu for his failures to fulfil the loan waiver to farmers, bills clearance to the contractors and the excess loans that the TDP government went for, crippling the State exchequer. “No failure of Chandrababu Naidu is an issue for Pawan Kalyan, because the Jana Sena is the B team of the TDP,” Amabti Rambabau said.
The YSR Congress MLA said that the chief minister had fulfilled almost 80 per cent of the 2019 election promises unlike the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu. The State, despite the empty coffers, is marching forward with welfare and development agenda. Pawan Kalyan is worried that the welfare and development initiatives of Jagan mohan Reddy government would keep no space for the TDP to stage a comeback, Ambati said.
Meanwhile, Pawan Kalyan is getting ready for his long march in Visakhapatnam in support of the building workers. The Jana Sena’s programme is aimed at criticising the State government for its failure to supply sand for construction activity even after five months.
Responding to this, Ambati Rambabu said that the government had already launched its new sand policy. However, due to heavy floods into the rivers, the sand excavation had become difficult. He wanted to know the leaders to understand that there are floods and rains which prevent sand excavation. “If the leaders fail to accept the reality, people will not accept them” Rambabu said.