CM is indebted to the state to finance Navratnalu, Maoists claim

In a letter, the forbidden outfit accuses Jagan of playing a double game on the VSP issue

The secretary of the Special Committee for the Andhra Odisha Border Zone (AOBSZC) of the banned CPI (Maoist) Ganesh published a letter on Thursday, one day after the shooting in Theegalametta of Koyyuru Mandal, in which six Maoists were killed.

Surprisingly, the letter said nothing about the incident, suggesting that it may have been published earlier.

In the letter, the CPI (Maoist) accused Prime Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy of not having initiated development activities in the past two years. “Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy mortgaged the state to fund the Navaratnalu programs,” the letter reads.

“Debt trap”

The Maoists went on to claim that the state was being forced into a debt trap. They also said that the government was trying to save itself by imposing heavy taxes on the people. The letter also stated that social systems made people “lazy and unproductive”.

The Maoists also accused the chief minister of trying “to ask the prime minister and the union’s interior minister to wriggle out of the CBI cases against him”.

The Maoist letter also accused Jagan Mohan Reddy of “playing two games in the privatization of the Visakhapatnam steel mill”.

Bauxite mining

In the letter, the Prime Minister was asked to comment on bauxite mining in the Visakha Agency area and alleged that the government had on the one hand revoked GO 97 and on the other hand tried to facilitate mining through GO 89. The chief minister should understand why the MoU with Anrak had not been canceled, the letter demanded.

The AOBSZC secretary also accused the Prime Minister of diverting the attention of the population with the proposal of the three capitals and creating discord between the people of different regions of the state.

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