Indiaherald Group of Publishers P LIMITED

close save
crop image
Sun, Oct 20, 2019 | Last Updated 8:22 am IST

Menu &Sections


Why YS Jagan skipped KIA event?

Why YS Jagan skipped KIA event?
Why YS Jagan skipped KIA event?

KIA representatives schedule plan to release its first product ‘Seltos’ on August 08th and invited AP Chief Minister YS jagan as Chief Guest. The programme was fixed before jagan leave for Jerusalem. Many have doubts will jagan attended to this function or not? As they expected, YS jagan has not attended the event and Finance Minister Buggana Rajender Reddy and APIIC Chairman Roja attended instead of Chief Minister.

After Pattiseema lot of discussions and cross-arguments take place between TDP and YSRCP on KIA Motors. CBN brought the Korean Moror Company KIA to AP barring tough competition from Tamilnadu and Gujarat. In 2017, KIA was laid foundation stone in Ananthapur district and promised to release the first car in 2019 June. Then Opposition party YSRCP did all its attempts to hamper the progress on KIA works in the district. YSRCP leaders prompt the farmers not to give their land to KIA and demand more prices from KIA.

YSRCP Rajya Sabha member vijay Sai Reddy blamed that KIA was shut down its plant in china and CBN gave importance to KIA for commissions. SAKSHI was published many negative stories on KIA and put jagan allegation on KIA as banner heading in their publication. jagan made an allegation that Govt take farmers land forcefully with fewer prices per acre. YSRCP made protest before KIA plant on first day and demand jobs to local people in 2017. In Social Media it’s trolling against jagan on KIA. jagan is enjoying with CBN effort on KIA. It seems that jagan has intentionally dropped to attend the event keeping all these issues in mind.

Why YS Jagan skipped KIA event?
5/ 5 - (1 votes)
Add To Favourite
More from author
About the author

Professional writing -- be it screenwriting or copywriting -- has never been a simple career path, let alone a financially sound one. The difference today is that the competition is way too fierce for the demand.