New Delhi, July 20: Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP Jayadev Galla on Friday slew the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress during his no-confidence motion move against the Modi government. Listing down the way the government “ignored the state of Andhra Pradesh”, the TDP MP said that the PM broke the promises he made four years ago. Also Read - Telugu Desam Party Names Candidate For Rajya Sabha Polls in Andhra Pradesh; Forces Contest
“The saga of Andhra Pradesh during this Modi-Shah regime is a saga of empty promises. The last four years have posed tremendous challenges to Andhra Pradesh. When the state needed relief, the Modi government threw new challenges at Andhra Pradesh and to its five crore people,” he said, adding, the opposition agree on the injustice to the state. Also Read - Huzurnagar Bypoll: TRS, Congress Candidates Locked in Neck-and-neck Fight
Claiming that people of Andhra will give a befitting reply to PM Modi, Galla said that the PM is “singing a tune the people of AP are keenly observing….and they would give a befitting reply in coming polls. BJP will be decimated in AP the way Congress was if people of AP are cheated. Mr PM, it’s not a threat, it’s a shraap (curse),” he said. Jayadev Galla is one of the 16 TDP MPs in Parliament. Also Read - Chandrababu Naidu Under House Arrest, Says 'You Can't Play This Type of Politics, You Can't Control us'
Who is Jayadev Galla?
Jayadev Galla was elected to 16th Lok Sabha in May 2014. An industrialist by profession, Galla represents the Guntur constituency in Andhra Pradesh. He was born in Chittoor, pursued Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Science and Economics from the University of Illinois. He is an industrialist by profession.
He is the Managing Director of the Amara Raja Group. His mother Aruna Kumari Galla was a former MLA from Chandragiri constituency and was a minister in the Andhra Pradesh state government. He has established a number of charitable trust including Krishna Devaraya Educational & Cultural Association which provides scholarships to poor students.