Stone hurled at Jagan Mohan Reddy ignites war of words among Andhra Pradesh parties | India News – Times of India

 Stone hurled at Jagan Mohan Reddy ignites war of words among Andhra Pradesh parties | India News - Times of India

Amravati: d YSRCP and one by TDP in Andhra Pradesh A war of words On Sunday, after stone pelting on ruling party chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S Jaganmohan Reddy While campaigning for votes, he suffered a minor injury on his left temple. The Chief Minister was hit by a stone on the left side of his head while canvassing in Vijayawada on Saturday night. Some unknown persons reportedly threw the stone at a high speed which caused a small cut.
YSRCP General Secretary S Ramakrishna Reddy claimed that the attack was a premeditated cold-blooded attack on the Chief Minister. “Who would have planned such an attempt? It is because of the insecurity that the TDP is facing as they are witnessing the backlash that our leader has faced during election campaigns, road shows and Meeting through ‘Sudham Sabha’ (meetings),” he said, addressing a press conference.
Ramakrishna Reddy alleged that TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu had recently incited crowds at his ‘Prajagalam’ meetings to attack Jagan Reddy, claiming that if the YSRCP chief could not mingle with the public. Naidu and his party will benefit. “This makes us infer that the TDP and their leader (Naidu) are responsible for the attack,” he said, adding that the injury is a fact and its location is sensitive. Further, he claimed that the opposition party was trying to downplay the incident due to “fear of exposure” and resorted to making inhuman comments.
Meanwhile, YSRCP Nellore Lok Sabha candidate V Vijaya Sai Reddy alleged that Naidu “believed in development and never engaged in politics”. Vijay Sai Reddy, in a post on social media platform X, said, “It has been proved again that he (Naidu) is engaged in cowardly politics, believing in violence and conspiracies.
Ruling party leaders, ministers and others criticized Naidu and the TDP, claiming that the opposition party was involved in the attack on the chief minister. Chandrababu Naidu condemned the attack on Reddy.
In a post on X, he said, “I strongly condemn the attack on Jagan. I request the Election Commission of India (ECI) to initiate an unbiased and impartial investigation into the incident and find those responsible.” Punish the officials.” However, the TDP alleged that the attack on Jagan Reddy was stage-planned.
Supporting Naidu’s appeal to the Election Commission to conduct an impartial and impartial investigation into the attack, TDP spokesperson Pattabhiram Kumaredi questioned the timing and circumstances of the attack. “It only tends to question the legitimacy of such an act when it is so casual, yet coherent. It would not be the first time that the YSRCP has taken such a step, as That the infamous ‘Kudi Kathi’ is ‘drama, not just for sympathy but to create confusion and unrest, just as elections are around the corner,’ Kumaredi alleged.
Condemning the alleged attack on the CM, Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president YS Sharmila said he believed it was accidental. However, if it wasn’t, he said, everyone should condemn it. Sharmila said that she is praying to God for the speedy recovery of her elder brother Jagan Reddy.
Ramakrishna Reddy said the ruling party would submit a representation to the EC to speed up the inquiry into the incident and find out the facts. Jagan Reddy is unfazed by the attack, but is resting today, resuming his ‘Memantha Siddham’ (We Are All Ready) campaign bus tour on Monday.

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