Chandrababu Naidu Warns of Cash War, Promises Change in Andhra Pradesh’s Political Landscape

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Vijayawada: Amidst the heat of election fervor, former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu addressed a massive gathering in Sarvepalli, Nellore district, expressing concerns over what he termed as a “cash war” engulfing the state rather than a “class war.” Naidu asserted that the political climate is witnessing an unprecedented flow of money towards the Tadepalle palace.

Speaking passionately at the Praja Galam, Naidu criticized the ruling YSRCP, likening their actions to scorching summer heat. He confidently predicted the YSRCP’s downfall in the upcoming May 13 elections, accusing Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy of betraying the poor by scrapping welfare schemes.

Promising employment opportunities for youth and reviving the aqua culture sector, Naidu sarcastically remarked on the state’s development projects, urging people to witness the transformation firsthand in Sarvepalli. He mocked rival Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy’s electoral strength, asserting his belief in the people’s rejection of excessive spending in elections.

Naidu lambasted the YSRCP’s governance, alleging corruption in every scheme and exploitation of natural resources. He pledged to reintroduce welfare programs withdrawn by the current administration, emphasizing his commitment to the state’s development beyond political and caste affiliations.

Appealing to voters to prioritize progress over divisive politics, Naidu highlighted the alliance between TDP, Jana Sena, and BJP, urging unity for the success of alliance candidates. He questioned Jagan’s integrity, citing familial betrayal, and promised inclusive development under a new government.