TDP slams Sajjala comments on Naidu

Sajjala has no moral authority to speak: Varla
All-portfolio Minister acting like de facto CM
AMARAVATI: TDP Politburo Member Varla Ramaiah on Monday asked what moral authority Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy had to speak on each and every issue relating to the State administration and the ruling YSRCP politics in Andhra Pradesh.
Ramaiah pointed out that Sajjala was just a marketing assistant in the YS family media. During the YSR regime, it was a fact that Jaganmohan Reddy was sent to Bangalore when he was asked not to interfere with the AP affairs. At that time, Sajjala worked for Jagan Reddy to committee countless illegal activities.
Addressing a press conference here, the TDP leader asserted that Sajjala had no right or stature to comment on former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu. Sajjala worked for a prime accused in tens of illegal assets cases. Chandrababu Naidu was known for bringing Bill Clinton and Bill Gates to Andhra Pradesh. It was only under Naidu that AP got international recognition and witnessed unprecedented development.
Ramaiah questioned the background in which Sajjala came to play a pivotal role in the State administration though he had no prior political experience or career. How could he become a very important person in the Jagan Reddy rule? For everything and anything in the State, Sajjala Reddy was holding press conferences and addressing the 5 crore people of the State.
The TDP leader said that after transforming into CM’s Advisor, Sajjala had started to speak whatever he liked without any concern for the common good of the people. Sajjala should explain why the economic and financial situation in the State deteriorated to the lowest possible point. The Jagan Advisor should also clarify why nobody in the police department was caring for the instructions of DGP Gautam Sawang.
Ramaiah termed it as unfortunate that the DGP was not feeling anything though the courts were summoning him and making him sit there for the whole day. The DGP and his men were giving all cooperation to the YCP leaders to use volunteers and bogus voters in the elections. Bogus voters came in three buses from Tamil Nadu. But the police filed false cases against the TDP activists, saying they had deflated the tyres of one of these buses.
The TDP leader pointed out that the people voted to make Jagan Reddy the Chief Minister but not Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy. There was no respect for the public mandate in this rule. Sajjala was acting as the Minister for all portfolios and also the CM. If Sajjala continued to organise press conferences, the opposition would spread a campaign that he was the de facto chief minister.