Amit Shah Denies Appointment To Jagan 3rd Time

Amit Shah Denies Appointment To Jagan 3rd Time

In a major shocking to AP CM YS Jagan, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has denied appointment for third time in a row. Jagan was supposed to meet Amit Shah on Monday afternoon. Jagan had left to Delhi in a special flight only to meet Shah. However, Jagan didn't get the appointment. He has been informed the busy schedule of the Home Minister as it is election day. With this, Jagan waits in Delhi and he is expecting to meet Shah on Tuesday.

Rubbing salt on Jagan's wound, Nizamabad's BJP MP Dharmapuri Arvind has got Shah's appointment on Monday afternoon. Arvind said to have met Shah for 15 minutes where he discussed on the crucial demand of Nizamabad farmers who are demanding for setting up of National Turmeric Board headquarters in Nizamabad.

Amit Shah denying appointment to AP CM Jagan and giving appointment to Nizamabad MP has kicked up a huge talking point. While a state CM was denied appointment thrice whereas an MP from neighbouring state was given appointment has led to discussion in political circles. Jagan is still waiting in Delhi to meet Shah today.

BJP leaders allege that CM Jagan was denied appointment as Jagan had "personal reasons" to discuss with Shah. It can be noted that Jagan has been trying to get exemption from personal attending to CBI court. It is learnt that the Centre is unhappy with AP CM Jagan over his decisions like Reverse Tendering and Renegotiation of Power Purchase Agreements.

It is heard that Centre is extremely angry on Jagan for moving ahead on controversial decisions despite advised to hold on. On the other hand, there are speculations that Jagan wants Centre to target former CM Chandrababu Naidu. Amidst this, Jagan was denied Shah's appointment for third time.

YCP leaders say that CM Jagan would meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad who also holds key portfolios like Communications and Electronics and Information Technology today. YCP leaders say that Jagan's meeting with Shah is purely related to state issues and it has nothing to with any political issues.