Leader of the Opposition and YSR Congress Party Chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has warned the TDP MLAs to be ready to face defamation cases if they continue to make baseless allegations against him.
YS Jagan was reacting to the charges leveled by the TDP members in connection with the murder of TDP leader Paritala Ravi.
Soon after the first budget session of the AP Assembly began, the YSRCP MLAs demanded that debate should be taken up on the law and order situation in the State which had deteriorated ever since TDP came to power.
Side-tracking the issue, the TDP MLAs tried to bring the murder of Paritala Ravi which happened 10 years ago.
YS Jagan categorically said that the allegations were “baseless”. "Court already convicted the accused in the case. Chandrababu is also very much aware of the fact that I don't have any connection with the case." If that was true, how did Chandrababu allow JC brothers join the TDP, he asked.
He openly questioned the ruling party leaders that why shouldn't he file a defamation case if they continues to level such a baseless allegations against him
The YSRCP chief also questioned Chandrababu as to why he had not ordered the CBI probe in Vangaveeti Ranga's murder case.