Farmers turn against Jagan for Naidu
People of Amaravati seem to have felt that Jagan's governance had flaws in it. They feel there was no need for demolition of Praja Vedika. According to some farmers, this Praja Vedika could have been used to conduct official meetings in it.
All this had happened when after demolishing Praja Vedika, Jagan's government had ordered to send notices to all such illegal constructions one of which happened to be taken under lease by former Chief Minister, Nara Chandra Babu Naidu. Followers and farmers supporting CBN have said that it was not right for a ruling government to ask the opposition leader to vacate his house.
All of them are said to have come voluntarily to show their support to Babu. Many of them have asked him not to leave the residence or the area. They offered to give him their lands construct his house. They even questioned why then Mantena Satyanarayana Raju's and Gokaraju Rangaraju's spared from demolition while their constructions were built on the river conservation area.
Not just this, the supporters who surrounded Babu’s house seem to be ready to go to any extent possible to bring down the notices and let CBN stay in his house as usual. However, their impact on Jagan's government is yet to be seen.