Yanamala slams Jairam for leveling baseless charges against Chandrababu

Condemning former Union Minister Jairam Ramesh’s remarks against Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, AP Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu asked Jairam to stop his baseless allegations and make the evidence, if any, public.

Speaking to the media, Yanamala alleged that Jairam had played an insidious role during the division of the united State and Andhra Pradesh people didn’t forget Jairam Ramesh’s drama during State bifurcation. Yanamala said the people of the two The Telugu States taught a fitting lesson to the Congress for enacting dramas during division of the State. He asked Jairam Ramesh to stop making sarcastic statements against Andhras. “Jairam Ramesh, who was elected as Rajya Sabha member twice from Andhra Pradesh and became Union Minister betrayed the State. He also alleged that the Congress MPs were not opening their mouths in Parliament though the TDP MPs were carrying on a fight against the Centre demanding justice to the State.
Dubbing Jairam Ramesh as “ghost writer” of AP Reorganization Act which was not clear, Yanamala said Jairam was responsible for the present situation in Andhra Pradesh. He also alleged that Jairam Ramesh intentionally scripted “defective Act” to render injustice to AP. (NSS)