YSRCP chief Jagan seems to be fumbling in his role as the leader of opposition in the ongoing AP budget session, according to a leading national daily which is also popular in Andhra Pradesh. The paper has quoted that inspite of miserably failing in his earlier plans to corner chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu over law and order issues, Jagan tried to take a chance one again on Wednesday by staging not just one but two walk-outs which repeatedly disrupted the session.
In fact, the second time Jagan reportedly decided to abruptly leave the assembly session was without spelling any apparent reason for the same. After this act which reportedly left the ruling party amused, some YSRCP members had come back to the House even after their leader had already staged a walk-out.
Also Jagan’s move to prohibit his legislators from attacking ruling party and instead putting himself in the front seat and using up most of the time allotted to YSRCP during the budget session is reportedly hurting some of his own leaders. Not ending with, YSRCP chief’s plan to move a no-confidence motion against the speaker, is welcomed by TDP leaders as they feel this exposes how many MLAs in YSRCP are not happy with Jagan Reddy.