TDP dares Vamsi to resign and face public

Govt has no right to speak on irrigation: Devineni
Sajjala collected commissions in Rs 24,781 Cr ‘fake’ tenders
AMARAVATI: TDP former Minister Devineni Umamaheswara Rao on Monday challenged Gannavaram MLA Vallabhaneni Vamsi to resign and face the wrath of the public without making any further baseless allegations against the TDP.
Devineni Uma asked Vamsi and Minister Kodali Nani to check who gave them political life instead of making undue personal remarks against Chandrababu Naidu and Nara Lokesh. The TDP Gannavaram incharge would be enough to teach a proper lesson to Vamsi if he was really interested to test his strength and popularity by facing the byelection.
Addressing a press conference here, the TDP leader strongly objected to the manner in which Vamsi hurled useless comments on Paritala Sunitha. The people of Gannavaram segment were closely watching the situation and they were ready to show the door to him whenever they would get the opportunity. Kodali Nani was not able to bring any development to the Krishna district. His whole time was devoted to the sand mafia and gambling collections.
Devineni Uma advised Irrigation Minister P. Anil Kumar Yadav not to speak on irrigation projects as he and his Government had no right to do so. Everybody in the State knew that Anil Kumar had no say in decision making on any project. It was Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy who was calling the shots and who collected huge commissions sitting in Tadepalli palace in the name of tenders for irrigation projects.
The TDP leader said that the Government called for Rs. 24,781 Cr tenders relating to irrigation projects but no works have been started anywhere. However, Sajjala collected huge commissions sitting in Tadepalli palace in the name of these fake tenders. Dhananjaya Reddy was passing orders. One MLA was explaining about the works. One officer in the Minister’s office was giving directions while the Engineer in Chief was following those directions. Anil Kumar had no role in all this.
Devineni Uma criticised that the Jagan Reddy regime was so inefficient that it was not even able to take up works of just Rs. 150 Cr on the interlinking of Vamsadhara and Nagavali. This Government prioritised 6 projects which were also not progressing forward at all. The lifeline project of Polavaram was brought to a standstill. Even after 29 months, the CM and his Ministers were trying to cover their inefficiency by throwing the blame on the TDP.
The TDP leader termed it as a misfortune for AP that a non-serious CM was ruling the State with no concern for the future of the people. While the Chief Minister of the neighbouring State went to Delhi and took up the cause of their irrigation projects with the Prime Minister, the AP CM was just sitting in his Tadepalli home and playing PubG games. The high potential Polaravaram was now reduced to a lift irrigation project for which the CM owed an explanation to the public.