Development in State has taken a backseat in YSRCP rule: Lokesh
Telugu Desam Party (TDP) nationwide common secretary Nara Lokesh throughout his marketing campaign for the Tirupati Lok Sabha byelection confronted the YSRCP authorities with points resembling corruption, assault on ladies and Dalits, and enhance in costs of important commodities and ‘absence of development’ in the State amongst others on Monday.
The TDP employees waved get together flag and put up festoons in the temple metropolis because the Mr. Lokesh took half in a door-to-door marketing campaign throughout the arterial roads, underneath the banner of Telugu Nadu Students Federation (TNSF).
Even because the get together’s marketing campaign car moved forward enjoying music quantity ‘Kadalirandi Telugu Desa Karyakarthalara…’, Mr. Lokesh lined the busy and business localities in Tirupati.
The passers-by vied to satisfy him, whereas youth took selfies. Mr. Lokesh gave anxious moments to the get together’s in-house safety personnel and the police by veering away to the roadside to greet ladies, senior residents and kids.
Addressing a public assembly, Mr. Lokesh confronted the YSRCP authorities with points pertaining to corruption, land mafia, assault on ladies and Dalits, vanishing crimson sanders timber on Seshachalam hills amongst others. He talked about hovering costs of sand, energy, petroleum merchandise and important commodities, placing the blame on the YSRCP authorities. He additionally talked about the skyrocketting costs of liquor.
Claiming that there’s ‘rampant unemployment’ in the State, Mr. Lokesh mentioned, “During his tenure as the Information Technology Minister, I had brought 3,0000 jobs. The YSRCP regime has not added a single new job. Instead, it has rehabilitated party sympathisers as volunteers for a meager pay of ₹5000 per month. Is it an achievement at all?”, he questioned.
Mr. Lokesh mentioned that the event had taken a backseat after the YSRCP assumed the workplace. “Many multinational companies are walking out of the State one after the another, rendering many people joblessness. The liquor policy as flawed due to which the State is unable to meet its pre-election promise of enforcing prohibition,” he mentioned and drummed up assist for get together candidate Panabaka Lakshmi.
Only the TDP would be capable to voice the State’s concern in New Delhi, Mr. Lokesh added.