Jagan Finally Avoids Bloopers, Also Refuses Media Qs

Jagan-Finally-Avoids-Bloopers,-Also-Refuses-Media-QsAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy came before media for the first time after the Nationwide Lockdown imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Jagan who committed some blunders in his previous Press Meets and provided fodder for the trolls was very careful this time.

He seems to be well-prepared and was also assisted by small notes prepared by the Officials. He carefully read out all of them. Even though he faltered in pronouncing a few words here and there, he is largely okay as he avoided major bloopers.

In the last press meet, the Government allowed only the media favorable to the Ruling Party but even then Jagan faltered in answering their questions. This time, they totally avoided Questions by the media. The Chief Minister immediately got up after reading his speeches and the Live Telecast was also stopped abruptly.

The officials and the party’s social media wing is relieved that this Press Meet went out smoothly without any trouble.

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