Hyderabad: TDP president and former Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu accused the ruling YCP Ministers and MLAs of setting their sights on six types of lands in the name of the latest drive for resurvey of lands all over the state.
Naidu said that Chief Minister Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy was now eyeing the dotted lands, assignment lands, society lands and such types of lands where there would be scope for litigation. Because of this latest threat, a helpless situation was created now for the people to check the status of their lands every day.
Addressing a video conference with party in-charges and elected leaders in all 175 Assembly segments, the TDP chief expressed concern that with active support of the Chief Minister, the YCP land mafia was ruling the roost all over the state. Land scams worth hundreds of crores were surfacing in all districts from Srikakulam to Chittoor. In the name of land acquisition for free house sites, the ruling party leaders plundered Rs 4,000 crore. In the name of levelling those lands, another Rs 2,000 crore public money was looted.
Naidu called upon all sections of the people to question the YCP government on all its illegalities and misdeeds. In the 20 months of Jagan’s oppressive regime, all sections of people were being persecuted, he said. The sole agenda of the YCP leaders was to harass people in every way possible. The public was terrorised with attacks and atrocities. False cases and false arrests were made against all dissenting voices. The people were being betrayed and looted endlessly.
Naidu slammed the Jaganmohan Reddy regime for not taking any action, though atrocities and murders were taking place on a daily and hourly basis. The TDP would not keep silent and it would continue its agitation. The TDP would stand by the people in their hour of crisis. Every activist should raise his voice against the CM. Almost all sections of society were vexed and disappointed with the YCP misrule.
Naidu deplored that the YCP leaders were literally plundering the sand resources as the general public had to buy sand at Rs 8,000 and above now, while the same was available at Rs 1,500 during the TDP regime. This crisis was because the good quality sand was being illegally transported to the neighbouring states for making easy money. Sand and liquor have turned into chief sources of unchecked looting for the YCP leaders.
The TDP chief said that the people of AP were now realising slowly that what would happen to the state if persons with criminal mindset come to power. The sand, land, wine and mine mafia have reared their ugly heads like never before, Naidu alleged.