Kakinada: Kapu leader and former minister Mudragada Padmanabham wrote a two-page letter to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu at Kirlampudi on Wednesday.
He released a copy of the letter to the press here. Padmanabham demanded that the CM fight for State’s rights. He asked the Chief Minister to tell his Ministers and MPs to resign at the Centre if he had courage. If he failed to do so, people would think that he was afraid of Cash-for- Vote issue, Mudragada said.
He alleged that it became a habit for the CM to make counter attacks on persons like Purandeswari or Somu Veerraju if they ask how many election promises that TDP had fulfilled during its rule in State so far. He advised the CM to ask resignations of their MPs and Ministers and get them to come forward and take the lead of the movement for the AP people’s welfare. He suggested the CM to try to stay in the history as a good person instead of a bad person.