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Now, Jagan asks voters to hold Naidu by collar!

YSR Congress party president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, who kicked up a major political controversy by making inflammatory comments against his political rival Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, has softened his words on Saturday but continued his aggression in attacking the TDP chief.

On August 3, Jagan kicked off his election campaign in Nandyal assembly constituency which is going to polls on August 23 and made an explosive comment saying there was nothing wrong in shooting Naidu dead on the streets.

Even as the Election Commission took suo motu cognizance of his comments and asked for an explanation from him, Jagan made yet another comment a couple of days ago asking the people what wrong it would be to hang Naidu in public.

On Saturday, Jagan toned down his language a bit, but still did not leave Naidu. He called upon the people to hold the chief minister by his collar for going back on his election promises.

“Naidu government has been maintaining double standards and the ruling party leaders should caught by the scurf of their neck and be questioned as to why had gone back on election promises,” he said.

Jagan reminded that Naidu had promised to develop the district by bringing in an airport, Urdu University, and creating a Smart City besides a Mining School, Food Park, Cement factories and industrial parks.

“It has been three years since then but noting has come up so far,” he said.

‘It is time for the voters to catch the leaders by the scurf of their neck and ask where the promises have gone and why they were not yet fulfilled. You have to teach such people a fitting lesson by rejecting them in the election and show the power of ballot,’ he said.

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