Naidu’s 2-day tour in flood-hit areas from Tuesday

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Jagan rule failed in rescue and relief activities
34 dead and 10 missing in floods till now
TDP chief presides important leaders’ meet
AMARAVATI: TDP National President and former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will undertake a 2-day tour in the flood-ravaged areas in Andhra Pradesh on November 23 and 24.
The TDP, at a meeting of its important leaders presided over by Naidu, on Monday slammed the YSRCP Government for failing to take up rescue and relief. As per the official figures itself, over 34 persons died and another 10 were missing. There were reports about a greater threat. On his part, CM Jaganmohan Reddy washed his hands of relief measures by just conducting an aerial survey by a helicopter.
The Telugu Desam Party said that huge loss of life, crops and property was caused only because of absence of prior warnings and committed efforts by the YSRCP Government. The RTGS system was not properly used to rescue the people and farmers. As a responsible opposition party, the TDP would provide all possible support to the flood victims.
The TDP leaders deplored that the adamant attitude of Jagan Reddy towards Amaravati Capital was causing huge loss to the State as a whole. It was causing a huge dent into the State revenues while job opportunities were also going to other States. The Kondapalli municipal poll was stopped even though there was a quorum. Once again, the lawless activities of the ruling YSRCP were exposed before the public.
Taking strong objection to the YCP policies, the TDP asserted that the people’s resentment was rising against the Jagan Reddy rule. Law and order situation has deteriorated to the lowest point. The general public were being put to a rule of terror with ruthless attacks and fabricated cases against all questioning voices.
The TDP meeting resolved to do free registrations to the poor beneficiaries’ houses within one month of coming to power in the next elections. These houses were freely distributed to the poor families since 1983. The Government should not look at these houses along commercial lines. The poor beneficiaries need not pay for these registrations. Awareness should be created on this.
The TDP leaders strongly criticised the Jagan regime for diverting Rs. 3,594 Cr of local bodies’ funds provided under the 15th Finance Commission during 2020-`21 and 2021-`22. This was unlawful and unconstitutional. The YCP rule has transgressed the rights and powers of the sarpanches, municipal chairmen and mayors. On the other side, volunteers were being used to encroach on the powers and duties of the elected representatives of local bodies.

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