AP CM YS Jagan has shocked many by canceling his own public meeting which is scheduled in Tirupati for 14th April. Ahead of Tirupati Lok Sabha by-election, AP CM Jagan had planned to visit Tirupati and address public at a meeting. He has planned to campaign for his party’s candidate and appeal to Tirupati people to vote for YSRCP.
However, CM Jagan has written a letter to the people of Chittoor and Nellore districts saying that growing Covid-19 cases are a great concern to him. In his letter he said that he is canceling his Tirupati public meeting as it could turn into a hot-spot for spreading Covid-19. Exuding a lot of confidence on voters and public, CM Jagan said that the people are aware of the government’s good deeds.
“Highest number of Covid-19 cases are being reported from Chittoor and Nellore districts. Of the 11 Covid-related deaths reported in the state in last 24 hours, 4 are from Chittoor and Nellore districts. If I convene a public meeting, people would turn into thousands out of love and affection. It puts their lives at risk. The health of people and their families well-being is of my utmost concern and priority. As a responsible CM, I’m cancelling my public meeting.”
“Though I could not personally visit and seek your votes. You are all aware of what government has done for you so far. I don’t need to mention it specially. I believe that the welafre schemes implemented by the government in the last 22 months have reached every household. I hope you would bless this government through your votes. I hope you’d vote for YSRCP candidate Dr Guru Murthy with a huge majority,” Jagan added.
At a time Chandrababu Naidu, Pawan Kalyan, BJP and several other leaders have made aggressive campaign in poll-bound Tirupati, CM Jagan took a daring step by confining to a letter.