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Jagan Mohan Reddy's maiden speech stuns ruling TDP
The son of late YS Rajashekhara Reddy has proved that he is no lesser than Chandrababu Naidu in any aspect and won many hearts in Andhra Pradesh. He has proved his leadership qualities and gave a great relief to his team of 66 MLAs that their leader can do wonders.

The first session of Andhra Pradesh assembly has given the signals to the ruling TDP that it is not an easy task to complete five years term unless the opposition party leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy remains in jail.

While addressing the Assembly on thanks giving speech to the Governor's address, the opposition leader has shown his ability as leader and shocked the ruling party. He spoke about more than two hours in its maiden attempt with figures and facts, he showed a cinema to ruling members. And at the same time he filled joy and confidence in his party members.

The ruling members including Finance Minister Yanamal Rama Krishnadu and Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu obstructed his speech for 17 times and speaker had to cut his mike and finally adjourned the Assembly for the day. Jagan did not leave the ruling party on next day and continued his speech attacking Chandrababu Naidu on his election promises.

The opposition party leader Jagan asked the clarifications on the election promises, like when the promise of crop loan waiver, and a job to each family would be implemented. But the ruling party evaded replies. Moreover he had been accused that his speech was against the welfare and development of Andhra Pradesh when it was on cross roads.

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