Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy had attended a public meeting in Tirupati to release the funds of Jagananna Vidya Deevena.

Jagan’s speech at the meeting has bewildered the party supporters and political experts.

The Chief Minister cited three rape incidents that happened in Vijayawada, Guntur, and Vishakapatnam and blamed Eenadu, Andhrajyothy, and TV5 for airing reports about them.

“Edhedho Jarigipothundhi ani cheppe prayatnam chesthunnaru” is the exact line Jagan Mohan Reddy used to describe the back-to-back rape incidents in the state.

The Chief Minister even went on to say that TDP leaders are involved in these incidents and the media does not tell the people about it.

“We can only pray to Lord Balaji that the state should be saved from the Yellow media and yellow party?,” the Chief Minister said.

The Chief Minister blaming the media for highlighting rape incidents is ridiculous, to say the least. If some party is behind it, how can Jagan do nothing about it?

The Chief Minister also blamed Narayana and Sri Chaitanya schools behind the tenth standard papers leaks. He alleged that it is to blame the government.

One does not understand why the Chief Minister can do nothing about it with all entire machinery at his disposal.

Either the allegations are not true or the Chief Minister is weak.

Blaming the opposition for everything under the sun and doing nothing other than making allegations will take the Chief Minister to nowhere.

Statements like ‘Devude Kaapadali’ are nothing but an admission that he is so weak and can do nothing about it.

What is the use of giving power with an absolute majority in such a case?

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