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BJP gave indirect warning to YS Jagan?

BJP gave indirect warning to YS Jagan?
BJP gave indirect warning to YS Jagan?
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If Kanna lakshmi Narayana or Purandreshwari criticized YSRCP government no one can take it seriously. sunil Deodhar, National Secretary of BJP and in-charge for Andhra Pradesh made a statement against YSRCP government’s reverse tenders of Polavaram. He fined fault on cancellation of existing contract and calling for reverse tenders to Polavaram. If there is any corruption found in the project, Polavaram Project Authority have right to take action. He said that jagan government is doing the mistake.

Soon after jagan came to power on May 30th, YSRCP Govt took decision on reviewing of Power Purchase Agreements (PPA). Power Generating companies, NTPC and Central Power Energy Commission warned jagan government not to do this and supported the CBN govt’s decision in making agreements with Power Companies. Even CRISIL and others have objected jagan government decision on reviewing PPAs and Power Generation Cos has proceeded legally. National Financial companies and Banks withdraw one after another from AP. This definitely damaged reputation of india worldwide.

Amid of all the above, jagan is going to meet Prime Minister Narendra modi tomorrow. It seems that there is importance to sunil Deodhar statement. Reportedly, all these issues would come to the discussion with modi and amit shah. Tomorrow meeting might be politically warning to jagan Government. Polavaram Reverse tenders, review of PPAs and providing 75% reservations to local would come for discussion in meeting with modi and amit shah.


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