BJP's AP unit president Kanna has come down heavily on YS Jagan and his rule. Kanna found fault with Jagan's administration over sand policy and lack of sand for construction sector thus pushing construction sector into neck-deep troubles. Kanna alleged that no one ever would have imagined that sand would be imported from other states. He said this is government's willful act on construction industry which left thousands of workers into jobless situation.
Extending full support to the daily wage workers of construction industry who are at the receiving end, Kanna said BJP would soon come up with an action plan including staging a Dharna in Vijayawada. Kanna has demanded the state government to fulfill the recruitment of vacant Assistant Professor posts which are left unfilled since 2017. Kanna has also demanded a strict implimentation of 10 percent reservation to Economically Backward Sections (EBC). Kanna said the state is not implimenting the Center's EWS (Economically Weaker Section) and thus causing great inconvenience to unemployed youth. He has also demanded that the government should revoke its decision to take the lands belonging to Hindu Temples.
Kanna along with his party leaders met Governor Biswabhusan Harichandan and gave a representation seeking inquiry. In a long complaint to Governor, Kanna alleged that there is no governance in the state and there is only political witch-hunt. He also found fault with AP state police for being biased towards ruling party and targeting Opposition party leaders. Kanna and team highlighted to Governor on the people's woes in Jagan's rule.
Talking about farmers, BJP leader has demanded Jagan and his party to admit the fact that the Central Government is issuing Rs 6000 per farmer for a year. "During election campaign, YCP had promised to fund Rs 12,500 a year for eligible farmers. But after coming into power, they have just added Rs 6500 to existing Rs 6000 fund issued by the Centre and showing it off to farming community as if it is the state which is giving total Rs 12,500. This is totally unfair. BJP will continue to raise its voice against Jagan rule till they admit this fact. How can YS name be publicized in the campaigns while Modi and Centre are contributing nearly half of the funds."
After meeting Governor, Kanna addressed media where he has lambasted YS Jagan and his ruling. Kanna cautioned Jagan to correct his mistakes and warned him that YCP would meet TDP's fate in the state. Kanna said BJP would launch a massive protests across AP against failures of Jagan.
SOURCE : GULTE