Achenna accused the government of wreaking havoc. He said the government had stepped aside as part of a conspiracy to divert public attention from the murder of Dalit child Subramanian. He said it was their habit to wreak havoc, wreak havoc, kill and push them on others. Ministers, YCP MLAs and government advisers have been incensed that the TDP has wreaked havoc in Amalapuram. He said the government would not sleep until the TDP leader was arrested by hundreds of policemen when he came out. That’s how people look to do too much madness.
Jagan said that the Chief Minister and the YSRCP government were responsible for the burning of Konaseema and the plight of innocent people. Has the Chief Minister consulted with any opposition parties or communities in the division of districts? He believed that coming to power was such an evil politics. He said their games were going on, sacrificing people, destroying the state and looking to spend his pub.
‘People’s opposition to the Owaipu government, insults to the YCP going to Gadapagadap on the other hand, public outcry .. along with their helplessness and incompetence beyond going to Davos, Chandrababu’s popularity all over the state, Telugudesam Mahanadu succeeding .. What to do? . Jagan is embroiled in such diversionary politics. Jagan said that the movement for a separate district had started in the Konaseema area sometime back.
He was aware that riots, riots and vandalism were taking place and accused the government of not taking any action to curb them. Authorities in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Despite all that happening there, he questioned why the government had not even appointed at least a full-fledged CI at the Amalapuram Town Police Station. Why not even put the CI in charge in charge for at least 15 days. In Amalapuram, the Chief Minister wanted to know how the police imposed Section 144 but how many people came into the town at once and who provoked the protesters to take to the streets.
Achenna said it was a standing ovation that the Jagan government had failed miserably in maintaining law and order. In fact, the minister’s house was on fire. He was not at home when the house was set on fire. His family members were there. Until then the police had questioned why the house was not guarded. YCP MLA Ponnada Satish also asked why the police did not provide full security to his house. In fact the YCP has expressed suspicion as to why the fire engines did not come even though the houses of the MPs were on fire.
He said it was unfortunate that there was no minimum response from the Chief Minister if such atrocities took place in Konaseema. He said that there was nothing for the people to worry about.