A day on which Paradise Papers named YS Jagan linking to off-shore tax haven, Jagan Mohan Reddy has accused TDP government of doing ‘high-level’ corruption. Indicating that he is dead-against to corruption, Jagan has stated that he would put all corrupt behind the bars if he is voted to power.
Jagan, who started his Praja Sankalpa Yatra today at Idupulapaya, spoke at length where he alleged that Janmabhoomi committees in villages turned into gang of thieves.
Jagan has alleged that TDP had spent over Rs 200 Crore in by-elections and won. He challenged Chandrababu to contest in 20-other constituencies and win against his party.
Jagan’s comments on both corruption and liquor ban are evoking laughs from political analysts. While he himself is deeply engrossed with the allegations of corruption, money laundering, linked to off-shore tax havens and battling with several cases by CBI, Enforcement Directorate, Jagan’s promises on corruption are certainly not winning the trust of people.
On other-hand, liquor ban is a wrong promise at this juncture as the new state of AP is in acute financial crisis. Ban on liquor would further push the state into debts and hence, no government would dare to take such step in AP.
However, in a complete contrary, Jagan has expressed his wish to ban to liquor. Looks like, Jagan courted a self-goal given that this would not even accepted by people who consume alcohol.happy wheels
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