ganja capital: Telugu Desam Party (TDP) national secretary Nara Lokesh leveled serious accusations against Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy on Sunday, alleging him of being involved in the murder of his own uncle. Addressing a public rally, Nara Lokesh questioned whether Reddy was prepared to harm more family members.
He also claimed that the Jagan government unlawfully detained former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for 53 days. Lokesh criticized the administration’s actions, highlighting instances of harassment against TDP activists, including himself, with numerous cases filed against them.
Launching a scathing attack on Jagan Reddy’s governance, Lokesh labeled Andhra Pradesh as the “ganja capital of India.” He expressed gratitude for commencing his Shankharavam yatra in Srikakulam, the birthplace of notable figures. During his campaign in Ichchapuram constituency, Nara Lokesh questioned the public’s willingness to hold Jagan Reddy accountable and urged them to consider the repercussions of his alleged actions on marginalized communities.
He recounted recent incidents of violence and coercion, including the deaths of government officials, attributing them to the YSRCP leaders’ actions. Nara Lokesh criticized Jagan for failing to address the concerns of the youth, particularly regarding job opportunities. Promising a different approach, Lokesh assured that under the TDP’s governance, annual DSC exams would be conducted to provide employment opportunities for the youth.
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