told CM Jaganmohan Reddy that I am ready to work anywhere in the party and government


 - I told CM Jaganmohan Reddy that I am ready to work anywhere in the party and government

  - Won four times as an MLA in Gudivada

  - I like to be called an MLA

 - Do not regret not having a ministerial post

  - Two lakh voters in the constituency should suffer if they do not want to

  - Not a man like Chandrababu who backed down for the post

  - Jagan Mohan Reddy should continue as the Chief Minister of the state for 30 years

  -  Looking to snatch the chair of CM Jagan

  - Every YSRCP activist in the state should resist

  - Call of Gudivada MLA Kodali Nani

  Gudivada, April 23 (prajaamaravath): Gudivada MLA Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has clarified that he had told CM Jaganmohan Reddy that he was ready to work anywhere in the YSR Congress party and government.  A statue of former Deputy Prime Minister Babu Jagajjivan Ram was unveiled at Dondapadu village in Gudivada rural mandal of Krishna district on Saturday.  The event was attended by MLA Kodali Nani along with Bapatla MP Nandigam Suresh.  MLA Kodali Nani told the House on the occasion that many elders were addressing him as a former minister.  I have won the Gudivada constituency four times as an MLA.  I was told that my favorite post of all was MLA.  When talking about him, the locals asked him to be an MLA and the outsiders to be a Gudivada MLA. He said he would not be upset if the minister post was vacated. He said the MLA post would be given by the people.  Two lakh voters in Gudivada constituency said he would be upset if he did not.  He said he had talked to CM Jagan Mohan Reddy on the economic and social conditions in the state and caste equations.  He further added that the intention was to bring some sections up. We will abide by any decision taken for this.  He asked the state and party interests to be taken into consideration. He said he hoped Jaganmohan Reddy

to continue as the chief minister of the state for another 30 years. He said the minister post was not important and would happily accept any decision taken.  He made it clear that he was ready to work with CM Jagan Mohan Reddy in the party and in the government.  He said the minister had resigned and handed over party posts.  He said CM Jagan Mohan Reddy was working to uplift the poor, the downtrodden and the weaker sections economically, socially and politically.  He said they would be very proud to work close to such a leader.  Positions are like a piece of feather for Kodali Nani.  The uncle who gave the child for the post said that he was not a person like Chandrababu who backed NTR.  He advised her to keep her eyes close before talking about him.  He said that we are working with CM Jagan Mohan Reddy to abide by every decision taken. He said that CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is working for the betterment of the people.

He said the 420 batch was trying hard to bring Chandrababu to power.

Eenadu Ramojirao, ABN Radhakrishna, TV5 BR Naidu, adopted son, own son, Chandrababu were described as 420 batch.

 They say that if lakhs of crores go into the pockets of the poor they will become lazy.  CM Jagan Mohan Reddy questioned whether the poor were doing things anywhere if welfare programs were being implemented. He said the government was implementing several welfare schemes to help the poor when it comes to family and health problems.  However, they are looking like a fox near the sock on how to snatch the CM Jaganmohan Reddy

chair.  He called on the people to stop such thieving attempts. He expressed concern that the state would be devastated if a person like Jaganmohan Reddy was lost.  He recalled that in the past, if NTR was given power, he would have been backed by some miscreants within 8 months.  After that the sock foxes got the quota quotes by blocking the party and the government.

 The late Chief Minister YS Rajasekhara Reddy was unfortunately killed in the accident.  He questioned whether the state would be torn in two if he survived.  He said the state would not have had the current financial problems.  He said the late Rajasekhar Reddy had the power to keep the state united rather than divided into two.  He said the state was devastated by the loss of Rajasekhar Reddy.

 Jaganmohan Reddy, who was born to share Rajasekhar Reddy's blood, said he was working for the poor.  He said efforts were being made to somehow remove CM Jaganmohan Reddy from the Chief Minister's pedestal.  MLA Kodali Nani called on every YSRCP activist in the state and the general public to stop such activities.