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"Political Leaders Condemn Stone Attack on CM Jagan"

The stone attack on Chief Minister Y.S Jagan Mohan Reddy during his "Memu Anta Siddham" bus tour in Vijayawada has sparked widespread condemnation. The incident, which occurred on the evening of April 13, has drawn reactions from various political figures including Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin and BRS leader K.T. Rama Rao (KTR).

KTR voiced his condemnation through social media, expressing relief that CM Jagan was safe and deploring the violence as unacceptable in a democracy. "There's no place for violence in democracy," tweeted KTR. He also called for a thorough investigation by the Election Committee and stringent actions against those responsible.

Other political leaders, including former Minister Harish Rao and the CPM AP Secretary Srinivas, have also condemned the attack on CM Jagan. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin wished for Jagan's speedy recovery, emphasizing that political differences should never lead to violence and that mutual respect and civility must be maintained in our democracy.

Amid these condemnations, YSRCP ministers are alleging that Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan should bear responsibility for the attack, claiming it was orchestrated with their backing.