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Naidu alleges Jagan imported drugs to Andhra Pradesh

Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President N. Chandrababu Naidu launched a scathing attack on Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, accusing him of importing drugs from abroad. Naidu addressed a public meeting in Payakaraopeta, Anakapalli district, criticizing Reddy’s governance in Andhra Pradesh.

Naidu alleged that Reddy encroached upon hilly areas and turned Visakhapatnam into a center for settlements instead of promoting it as an IT and economic capital. He expressed confidence in a change of mood among the people, especially the Dalit community, following the alliance between TDP, Jana Sena, and BJP in the state.

The TDP chief criticized Reddy for failing to provide employment and fulfill promises made to the youth. Naidu emphasized the need for a change in leadership to ensure job creation and development. He pledged to personally work towards providing jobs to the youth and urged voters to support TDP, Jana Sena, and BJP candidates for the state’s progress.

Naidu also promised to promote local leaders, tackle mafia activities, and implement welfare schemes for the benefit of the people. The alliance between TDP, Jana Sena, and BJP aims to address housing issues for the poor and provide free sand supply. Naidu highlighted the importance of the Super-Six schemes and central welfare programs in fostering prosperity in the region.

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