Nara Lokesh wants to take credit of Jagan’s hard work in bringing industries to AP: Roja

18-08-2022 Thu 11:53
Nara Lokesh wants to take credit of Jagan’s hard work in bringing industries to AP: Roja

Tirupati, August 18: Tourism Minister R.K. Roja faulted TDP national general secretary Nara Lokesh for taking credit of Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy’s hard work in bringing new industries to the state. 
Speaking to the media here on Thursday after VIP break darshan at Tirumala, the minister said that the AP has emerged as number one among all states in ‘Ease of Doing Business’ under the leadership of the CM. “YSRCP government is providing friendly support to industrialists willing to set up their units in the state,” she mentioned.
However, Roja faced the ire of devotees as she forced the TTD to provide protocol and VIP break darshans to 30 of her followers today morning. She stayed inside the Tirumala temple till all her followers had darshan. The TTD has to break the rule of not allowing break darshans till August 21 as Roja reportedly exerted pressure on officials.  

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