Jagan Satire on Balakrishna and Bonda Uma

YSR Congress president and opposition leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy made sharp comments on Chandrababu Naidu during a massive public rally at the Suratpally constituency of Nellore district. He compared Chandrababu’s rule with the lunar eclipse.

Jagan took jibe on Nandamuri  Balakrishna, who was sitting in the chair of the CM, when the chief minister was abroad.  Actor-politician Balakrishna triggered a row after he occupied Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s chair in the office in Velgapudi Secretariat for conducting a review meeting on the upcoming Lepakshi festival in his constituency.  Balakrishna, is also the TDP MLA from Hindpur in Anantapur district. Recently release Balakrishna starrer Jai Simha also had some political dialogues which were aimed at Andhra Pradesh opposition leader YS Jagan.
Reacting to the latest incident of land grab accusations on MLA Bonda Uma, Jagan made some satirical comments.  Jagan also took potshots  on special status saying that Chandrababu sold special status for fear of CBI inquiry. He also rebuked that it was the first time that the chief minister did not appear in the flag hosting during republic day.  But it is a fact that Chandrababu Naidu’s plane got delayed wile returning from Davos.  He was stuck at Abu Dhabi on his return from Davos in Switzerland due to a thick cover of fog and CM was running about nine hours behind schedule. The Chief Minister’s wife Bhuvaneswari instead, hoisted the National Flag at the CM’s residence and took part in the celebrations at the IGMC stadium.
Jagan said that Chandrababu is credited with transforming the state into corruption, and in four years, the state has turned into an unlawful Andhra Pradesh.
YSR Congress Party leader Jagan Mohan Reddy’s  Praja Sankalpa Yatra reached a milestone of a thousand kilometers on the 74th day. Jagan crossed thousand kilometers by walking on Monday at Saiyappuram in Nellore district.  Massive activists and leaders participated in the program.  The 1000 km long journey was launched on November 6 last year and has been through YSR Kadapa, Kurnool, Ananthapur and Chittoor districts.