During his visit to Narasapur in the West Godavari district, Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy addressed a public meeting on Monday, during which he called the Jana Sena ‘Rowdy Sena’. Naturally, these comments didn’t sit well with the members of the Jana Sena. Jana Sena’s party political affairs committee chairman Nadendla Manohar severely opposed this comment and posed several questions to Chief Minister Jagan in return.
Manohar asked CM Jagan to justify his statements and show solid proof to back up his statements. He went on to say that Jagan and the YSRCP are threatened by the increasing popularity of the Jana Sena in Andhra Pradesh, which is why they are passing such derogatory statements.
He noted that the YSRCP is unable to digest the various expositions that the Jana Sena made, about the ruling government’s corrupt ways, and the way the Jana Sena was helping the people of the state. Manohar also said that the Good Morning CM campaign on Twitter, where everyone tagged CM Jagan with the bad condition of the roads was another majorly upsetting piece of development for the government, which is why they are trying to bring down the party at all costs.