Jagan’s controversial comment on CM creates political furore

rp_jagan-poll-promiese-300x225-1-300x225.jpgYSRCP president Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy’s controversial comment that “no wrong if Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is shot” created a political furore in Andhra Pradesh

While addressing a public meeting in in Nandyala, Jagan said: “I feel like there is no wrong, if Chief Minister is shot by standing him on the road”.

Minister Akila Priya alleged that Jagan Reddy is inciting faction and caste politics. He urged the Election Commission to initiate action against him.

Agriculture Minister Somireddy Chandramohan Reddy slammed that the voters would shot the YSRCP by voting against the party.

RCP firebrand MLA R K Roja justified saying Jagan did not mean of gunning down Naidu, it means only asking people to question Naidu.

TDP party workers burnt Jagan effigy at several places across the state and demanded an open apology from him.