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    YS Jagan Mohan Reddy changed his style recently. Instead of reading from a prepared text as usual, he spoke off the cuff and criticized Telugu Desam Party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu for his double standards.

    During an interaction with handloom weavers at CK Convention Centre in Mangalagiri as part of the ‘Memantha Siddham Yatra,’ Jagan accused Naidu of not practicing what he preaches when it comes to allocating seats to backward classes (BCs) in constituencies with a large BC population like Mangalagiri and Kuppam.

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    Jagan questioned Naidu’s actions, stating that they have consistently overlooked BC candidates in areas where BCs make up a significant portion of the population. He also criticized the huge amounts of money spent by Naidu and his son Lokesh on securing seats in places like Mangalagiri, where they have nominated themselves.

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    In Kuppam, where BCs make up the majority, Jagan noted that Naidu had spent large sums of money on his own campaign while neglecting the BCs in his constituency. In contrast, Jagan pointed out that the YSRCP had nominated 50 percent of their candidates from backward classes for the 200 MLA and MP seats in the state.

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    Jagan highlighted the achievements of his government in supporting handloom weavers, noting that seven municipal chairmen in the state are handloom weavers and a high percentage of households in Mangalagiri benefit from their welfare schemes. He emphasized the importance of leaders fulfilling their promises to improve the lives of the poor.

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    Jagan also criticized Naidu for failing to deliver on promises made to handloom weavers in his 2014 manifesto, including property tax exemptions, ID cards for loom workers, corporate loan facilities, and health insurance. In contrast, Jagan highlighted the substantial investments made by his government in supporting handloom weavers without corruption or middlemen.

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    Through initiatives like YSR Nethanna Nestham, Jagan’s government has provided significant financial support to handloom weavers and their families, including pensions and other benefits. Jagan emphasized the transparent and effective manner in which his government has supported the handloom industry.

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