Chandrababu Naidu accused Andhra Chief Minster Jagan Mohan Reddy for allegedly renaming the welfare programmes introduced by his TDP’s government’s tenure and termed Jagan as a ‘Sticker chief minister’.
The Telugu Desam Party chief called Jagan a ‘sticker chief minister’, stating that he is trying to take credit of welfare schemes introduced during his tenure just by renaming them. The former Andhra Pradesh CM said the YSRC renamed the ‘Annadata Sukhibhava’ as Rythu Bharosa, promising to give Rs 12,500 per farmer.However, Naidu claimed that the amount was reduced by Rs 5,000 after YSRCP came to power.
Not just that, Chandrababu criticized Jagan for claiming credit for investment by Kia Motors, YCP stickers on TDP introduced cycle scheme, Jagan’s sticker on Auto rickshaws if they want welfare schemes, renaming Vizag huda park as YSR Park and many such others.
Chandrababu had given a call to the people to act against the Jagan Mohan Reddy-led government for illegal sand mining and destruction of mangroves in the last one year. Chandrababu had been ridiculing Jagan’s one year rule, with mention of #1YearOfMassDestruction.