Pawan reviews Jagan’s 100 days rule as Anti People

Written By Aravind Peesapati | Updated: September 15, 2019 11:46 IST
Pawan reviews Jagan’s 100 days rule as Anti People

Janasena Party President Pawan Kalyan finally breaks his silence on YSRCP’s rule in the past 100 days. He released 33 pages report on nine issues on YSR Congress's 100 days rule at the party office in Mangalagiri town.

He said that the governance of Jagan is disastrous in particular segments like investments, sand policy, housing scheme, Polavaram, PPA and heath. He criticised saying the YSR Congress Party’s rule lacks vision and transparency. Pawan said Jagan’s 100-day governance couldn't take necessary measures to control seasoned diseases like Dengue, Malaria.
Pawan Kalyan went on saying that the condition of law and order is worse than ever under YSRCP’s rule and said the policy on sand has pushed construction field and its labour into trouble. He asked whether the woes of workers are reaching the government or not. This all due to the lack of transparency in their activities and said that decisions of state government would damage the state progress.
Pawan Kalyan said the report was prepared with the experts. The Jana Sena also found fault with the government for stalling Amaravati capital construction. Janasenani said that there is no comparison to its manifesto and the schemes that he is. Implementing which Pawan termed as anti-government and anti-public. Eventually, he responded on Grama Volunteers by saying that it is a future prospect (next elections) of Jagan and opined the Grama Volunteers will be a death knell to YCP like how Janmabhoomi committees became to the TDP.