It has been reported that AP CM Jagan Mohan Reddy is not happy with the outcome of the reports of some of his Ministers and MLAs involving in corruption activities. Jagan Mohan Reddy has made it clear from the very first day, he will provide transparent and corruption-less administration.
Reportedly Jagan has issued a strong warning to his ministers who are believed to be involved in this at the cabinet meeting held at Amaravati Secretariat.
Jagan has gathered all the evidence against the Ministers involved in this and warned them without calling their names out.
"I don't want to reveal their names here, but I will call them and speak to them personally. I will not hesitate to take action against them if they do not mend their ways", said Jagan at the meeting.
If the reports have to be believed, there was absolute silence in the meeting when Jagan was talking about corruption.
"But if I take action against the corrupt ministers, then it will be embracement for both me and as well as the accused ministers", Jagan said.
This is the second time, CM warning his ministers.
Reportedly Jagan told that they were given the chance from 150 MLAs with a hope that they will work effectively which is not happening.
"While the government is trying to provide governance transparently, ministers indulging in corrupt activities will not send a good message to the public", he added.