AP Government and its Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy are only receiving brickbats from not just opposition parties but also from the Central Ministers, Courts, and bureaucrats as well. It is Union Minister Devusinh Chauhan’s turn to point out at Jagan.
Going into the details, The Minister of State of the Department of Communications under the Union Ministry of Communications, Devusinh Chauhan passed a sharp criticism on AP CM Jagan. He stated that Andhra Pradesh is going down with the weird ruling of its Chief Minister Jagan. Pointing out the failure of Jagan in handling the funds given by the central government, Chauhan claimed that the YSRCP head diverted all the funds to the volunteers instead of utilizing them to develop the state. The Minister of State for Communications went further and stated that the local secretariat employees and Sarpanches are approaching the central government to help them by writing official letters as they don’t get any funds from the state government.
This is not the first time others are criticizing Jagan as the AP got the attention of many from being one of the celebrated states of India to the least developed state in a span of three years under Jagan’s regime. These sharp comments might make YSRCP Ministers think twice before they claim Jagan as the best statesman in the entire country who always thinks about the development of the state and the upliftment of the poor people.