Hyderabad: Slamming Chandrababu Naidu for his irresponsible comments and making non-issues as serious ones and creating illusionary scenarios to create sympathy at a time when TDP ebb has being running deeper and deeper down, YSR Congress has said that the issue of IT raids has been again brought to the forefront to divert the poll focus and the ruling party is using bank data collected to Seva Mitra App to deposit money to buy votes.
Speaking to reporters here on Thursday, party General Secretary Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said Chandrababu Naidu has been raising non-issues only to divert the attention of the people and has been harping on the IT raids which according to him are part of a conspiracy of BJP and our leader. May be he had hatched many such conspiracy while he was part of NDA coalition and before that while he had a secret pact with Congress.
He has been raising the IT bogey whenever his Party falls on the defensive as it happened after his party leaders had overplayed the suspicion angle to the YS Vivekananda Reddy murder issue.
In politics it is fair to criticize the leader’s policies or the party’s policies but what Chandrababu Naidu has been doing is attacking on the personal front which goes against the ethics and such talk comes out of pure desperation as the graph is drastically sliding with every passing day.
Be it the data theft, of the selective remark of our Party contestant PVP, everything which is not an issues is being shown as a major crisis and the leadership is turning to personal criticism.
The Operation Garuda, which was brought into the open by his sympathizer could be made up. while some things are coming out as they have planned but they could not get the reaction right. When data theft took place, there was large scale outburst.
It is now coming to reality as the bank account numbers so collected are being used to transfer money and volunteers going to the households and alerting the residents about the deposits and asking them to vote for their Party.
We will come out with full details in the days to come and will nail the malpractice, he said.