YSRCP’s ‘social justice tsunami’ will sweep away opposition parties: Thammineni Seetharam


Assembly speaker predicts TDP rout to ‘ignore’ rights of weaker sections

Assembly speaker predicts TDP rout to ‘ignore’ rights of weaker sections

Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Thammineni Seetharam, said opposition parties would be swept away by the “social justice tsunami” of the YSR Congress Party government.

Mr Seetharam was speaking at a meeting organized as part of the yatra bus undertaken to highlight the social justice initiatives of the YSRCP government, in Gajuwaka, near here, on Friday.

Wondering what was wrong with naming Konaseema district after BR Ambedkar, Mr Seetharam inquired whether opposition parties opposed or supported the government’s decision.

Former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu once wondered if anyone would like to be born Dalit, the president said, and wondered if Mr. Naidu could be called a leader.

He said the YSRCP government was putting in place social welfare programs for all eligible people, putting aside differences in caste, community and political affiliation.

“Everyone is talking about the re-election of Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy as Chief Minister,” he said.

“Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy had said on the day of the swearing in that he would eradicate corruption and poverty in the state. He brings justice to all sections. social justice. Benefits from various schemes are paid directly to beneficiaries,” Mr. Seetharam said.

The chief minister allocated 70% of cabinet posts to those in the weakest sections, he added.

Predicting the rout of the TDP for ignoring the rights of weaker sections, Mr Seetharam said the opposition party made several promises in its manifesto ahead of the 2014 election but failed to deliver on any of them. work after being elected.

Warning people that Mr. Naidu might approach them ‘wearing a new mask’ to deceive them once again. Mr Seetharam said a vote for the YSRCP would be a vote for social justice.

Ministers belonging to the SC/ST/BC communities who participated in the yatra praised Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy for “honoring them with positions of power”.

Deputy Chief Minister and Panchayat Minister Raj B. Muthyala Naidu, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Minority Welfare Amjad Bhasha and Minister of Health V. Rajani were among those who spoke.

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