What are these 'sources' ABN Radha Krishna refers while attacking Jagan

Radha Krishna quoted not only local sources but went to the extent of quoting 'national sources' and 'international sources' to attack AP CM YS Jagan and YSRCP government in AP in his weekly column
What are these 'sources' ABN Radha Krishna refers while attacking Jagan

Journos quote these 'sources' to write anything against anyone or attack against anyone. Journos keep their words in the mouths of 'sources' to justify their article or news report. Radha Krishna quoted not only local sources but went to the extent of quoting 'national sources' and 'international sources' to attack AP CM YS Jagan and YSRCP government in AP in his weekly column "Kotha Paluku" published in ABN- Andhra Jyothy today.

 
Radha Krishna first started with 'local sources'. Quoting them, he said, "When Vijaya Sai Reddy tried to tell Jagan about some of the faulty decisions taken by Jagan, the CM fired at him saying that Vijayasai has been given the task to deal issues at Delhi-level and he himself will deal with local issues.”
 
"Few union ministers expressed deep concern over the functioning of Jagan as CM. They told, Jagan with his mindless decisions on Amaravathi, PPAs, etc, is causing loss not only to AP but to the entire country. Jagan is damaging the investment climate in the country as he is threatening investors with reviews and cancellations of various projects due to which investors are not keen to invest in India," wrote Radhakrishna while quoting national sources.
 
While quoting international sources, he even said, "During an international investor meeting in Beijing recently, Singapore government representatives expressed shock over Jagan's approach towards Amaravathi capital city. They said they don't mind if Amaravathi project goes away from their hands, but what they are worried about is that the credibility of India is being affected due to Jagan. One more official of an international funding agency told that they have decided not to invest in AP during Jagan regime."
 
However, no one believed his words. He resorted to quoting fake local, national and international sources, without disclosing their names, in a desperate bid to make people believe in his words.



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