What is the responsibility of a government in a crisis period? To assess the condition, preventing further damage, save lives as many as possible, increasing the quality of life. Aren’t they?
What are YSRCP leaders doing in Andhra Pradesh? Conducting public rallies during critical COVID-19 lockdown period, getting infected with COVID-19, violating lockdown restrictions, and using the crisis based welfare activities for their party’s popularity without any shame.
Many YSRCP leaders are violating the lockdown rules and are conducting public meetings in various constituencies. Nagari MLA RK Roja went to a bore well inauguration and the MLA was later seen patiently posing for photographs.
A video surfaced showing Roja wearing a mask and gloves, walking into the village as residents are lined up on either side, showering flower petals on her feet. The act, reminiscent of feudal behavior, has received condemnation even as Andhra Pradesh battles the coronavirus.
The tractor rally conducted by the ruling party leader resulted in 11 Government officials testing positive for COVID after attending this rally. Without showing any sign of guilt, another YSRCP in Nellore district conducted another rally with large banners showing pictures of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, the MLA and other leaders under Jagnanna Kanuka program
Videos of tractor processions organized by Sullurpeta MLA Kiliveti Sanjeevaiah on Wednesday, to distribute essential commodities to poor families in his constituency, show gatherings of people in close proximity with each other.
Now, the latest update is that six people from YSRCP MP Sanjeev Kumar’s family tested positive for the virus. Sanjeev Kumar’s two brothers, their wives and one of their sons who is 14 and 83-year-old father of Sanjeev is on the list.
Are these instances enough to say that some irresponsible YSRCP leaders are ruining the state?