Andhra Min lashes out at YSRCP leaders

Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Feb 23 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Marketing Minister Adinarayana Reddy lashed out at Yuvajana Shramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) President Jaganmohan Reddy and national general secretary Vijayasai Reddy for making false corruption allegations on him.
He said, "Both Jaganmohan Reddy and Vijayasai Reddy are facing number of CBI and ED cases and are thinking of others also as thieves like themselves."
Recently, a video was being circulated in which Adinarayana Reddy was speaking with his party cadre.
Adinarayana Reddy explained that the chief minister was suggesting both the leaders to share welfare and development activities to both of their areas. He further said that his rivalry with TDP leader Ramasubba reddy was well known in Rayalaseema and the Chief Minister had patched up between them.
Adinarayana was YSRCP MLA, later joined TDP and became a minister in Chandrababu cabinet. Ramasubbareddy is TDP Whip in State Legislative Council.
Speaking to media in this connection, Adinarayana has challenged Jagan and invited him to about family histories in open.
In the video, Adinarayana was seen allegedly saying that the chief minister in presence of some IAS officers asked him to share all the works with Ramasubba Reddy.
Opposition YSRCP alleged that the Chief Minister was directly suggesting the two leaders to share corruption money out of various projects equally. (ANI)



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