‘War Against Me’: Jagan Reddy Claims Witch-hunt By Oppn, Says Only God, People With Him

'War Against Me': Jagan Reddy Claims Witch-hunt By Oppn, Says Only God, People With Him

Last Updated: March 28, 2024, 17:01 IST

The YSRCP president made the remarks while addressing a public meeting at Proddaturu in Kadapa district as part of his Memanta Siddham (we are all ready) election campaign. (File Image/PTI)

YSRCP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy accused the TDP, the Jan Sena party, the BJP and the Congress of “together waging a war” against him

YSRCP supremo and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Thursday, during an election campaign, alleged a “witch-hunt” against him by the Opposition, “select media houses”, and two of his sisters. Andhra CM said that all of them were “united in a battle against one man” but he had the public and God’s support.

The YSRCP president made the remarks while addressing a public meeting at Proddaturu in Kadapa district as part of his “Memanta Siddham” (we are all ready) election campaign. He accused the TDP, the Jan Sena party, the BJP and the Congress of “together waging a war” against him.

Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP, BJP and Jana Sena have joined hands for the Lok Sabha polls, a union which Reddy called an “alliance of conspiracies”.

“For support, the TDP and the Jana Sena brought a party (BJP) from the Centre. And they brought another party (Congress) indirectly from the Centre. All of them together are waging a battle against one Jagan. As if they are not enough, they brought two of my sisters also. All of them are united in battle against one man,” the Andhra CM was quoted by India Today.

Without taking names, Reddy was referring to his younger sister YS Sharmila, who is the Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) chief, and his cousin Sunitha Narreddy, who is heading a campaign to solve the murder case of her father, YS Vivekananda Reddy.

“I am alone. All these parties have allied to fight against me. I only have the support of the public and God,” the Andhra CM told ANI.

Reddy urged the people of the state to help the ruling party win the upcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha polls to “teach a fitting lesson” to the Opposition.

Reddy further alleged that the Opposition parties were running a false campaign against him in connection with the murder of his uncle YS Vivekananda Reddy and the recent seizure of drugs in a container at Vizag port.

Reddy stressed that the company that imported the container belonged to the relatives of Andhra Pradesh BJP chief D Purandeswari and TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu.

“If any crime occurs, they falsely accuse the YSRCP. Even NTR was betrayed,” he further said.

The YSRCP chief began his campaign for the upcoming elections with a 21-day bus tour from Idupulupaya in Kadapa district.

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