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Andhra PradeshLoss of power leading to crime, conspiracy: Jaganmohan Reddy

Loss of power leading to crime, conspiracy: Jaganmohan Reddy

Published: 21st Oct 2021 5:42 pm

Vijayawada: Crime in the state has taken a new form, with those losing power indulging in abuse of the Chief Minister to provoke his supporters into retaliation, thereby creating unrest in the state, Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has observed.

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Addressing the Police Martyrs Day programme here on Thursday, he, in an oblique reference to the criminalisation of politics by the opposition Telugu Desam Party, said those who were thrown out of power resorted to breaking idols in temples and setting fire to temple
chariots in the darkness of night, created hurdles for welfare schemes to the weaker sections by going to courts and creating communal hatred, and stalled even English medium instruction in schools to the poor.

“They are even using objectionable language against the Chief Minister out of jealousy. Do you think it is fair? Think about it. They want those who love the Chief Minister to retaliate strongly to their abuse resulting in unrest. They are doing this according to a plan as the people have supported the ruling party to win every election and their candidates have suffered defeat,” he stated, adding that it was a pity that they stayed in other states and tried to commit crimes in AP.

Jagan also accused the opposition of tarnishing the image of Andhra Pradesh by dubbing it as a hub of drugs, despite the Director General of Police, the DRI and others repeatedly clarifying that the state had no connection whatsoever with drugs trafficking.


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