The leader of Jana Sena, Pawan Kalyan, criticised Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy harshly for using a “volunteer” scheme and stealing Rs 30,000 crore from the proceeds of the sale of alcoholic beverages to purchase votes in the next elections.
The actor-politician said that Central intelligence officials in New Delhi informed him that there was widespread human trafficking in Andhra Pradesh and that the state’s women and girls were in danger through the “volunteer” system when he addressed a public meeting at Eluru on Sunday night during the second phase of his Varahi Yatra.
Only 14,000 of the 30,000 girls and women who went missing in 2019–20 made it home.
He inquired, “What happened to the rest,” and sought to learn whether the Chief Minister had brought up the subject of the missing females with the DGP. He claimed that this was a significant matter that should not be simply dismissed. He said that every family’s data is being gathered by volunteers, and that this data is then being abused to commit crimes, including human trafficking.
Jagan Mohan Reddy was questioned by Pawan Kalyan over his pledge to enact prohibition in the state. He said that despite reporting a revenue of only Rs 97,000 crore, the government had made Rs 1.27 lakh crore from the sale of alcohol. According to Pawan Kalyan, the remaining “30,000 crore” has been grabbed and would be used to purchase votes in the upcoming elections.
He asserted that Jagan Mohan Reddy should be held accountable for the deaths of 28 people who died in Jangareddygudem after ingesting fake alcohol. He vowed to battle the state government tirelessly and that he would be willing to die for the good of the cause.
To the profound regret of the state’s citizens, Jagan Mohan Reddy was described as a criminal who had assaulted a police officer in his youth and had now attained the position of Chief Minister.
Additionally, Pawan Kalyan made it apparent that he had descended to such low depths that he made sexist remarks about women in his own family and that he would no longer be addressed with respect and would instead go by the name “Jagan.” He said that an 1800-page report on corruption in the Eluru Municipal Corporation had been created and presented to the government by IAS official Arun Babu, who serves as joint collector of the Eluru district. However, nobody is working on the report, so it is collecting dust.