KAKINADA: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will prepare an indictment exposing corruption in the YSRC government and highlighting its mismanagement, the union’s Minister of State for External Affairs, V. Muralidharan has said.

He was addressing a meeting of the BJP state executive body in Bhimavaram, West Godavari district on Tuesday. Party State Chairman Somu Veerraju chaired the meeting which was attended by BJP leaders including Union State Minister for Medicine and Health Bharati Praveen Pawar, Party National Secretary Sunil Deodhar, State Secretary General Madhav and Rajya Sabha members CM Ramesh and GVL Narasimha Rao.

Muralidharan said Andhra Pradesh has a glorious history of giving birth to great freedom fighters who fought selflessly for the freedom of the country. But now family celebrations are ruining the future of the state. “People must be rescued from the clutches of these parties by forming a two-engine government in Andhra Pradesh,” he remarked.

The Union Minister argued that there was no point in re-electing an ousted Family Party (TD) in place of the current Family Party (YSRC). “People with nationalist ideals should choose the BJP’s third alternative with nationalist fervor,” he observed.

Muralidharan said the world is now looking forward to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the head of the G-20, who has proven effective in India in dealing with and preventing the Covid-19 pandemic.

BJP State Chairman Veerraju says his party will hold its ‘Praja Poru’ program from March 10-31 in 8,000 locations in Andhra Pradesh, pointing to failures of ruling and opposition parties of the state and how the central government helps Andhra Pradesh.

Veerraju pointed out that all previous governments that ruled India had laid 4,000 kilometers of national roads. But the BJP government alone at the center has formed an additional 4,000 kilometers of national highways during its eight-year rule.

The BJP state chairman said his party was forming an alliance with three million people of Andhra Pradesh and was sure to win the next general election in the state.

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