Chandrababu Naidu comments on Praja Vedika demolition order

Chandrababu Naidu comments on Praja Vedika demolition order
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AP politics are now moving around the Praja Vedika demolition orders. During the district Collector's meeting, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has ordered to demolish the illegal constructions and that process should begin with the Praja Vedika.

Amaravati: AP politics are now moving around the Praja Vedika demolition orders. During the district Collector's meeting, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has ordered to demolish the illegal constructions and that process should begin with the Praja Vedika.

With the CM's decisions, the TDP leaders have raised the objections. wherein the YSRCP leaders have justified the decision. Since two days, the war of words is going on between both the leaders.

The TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu who was on Europe tour with family members has returned to Hyderabad on Tuesday. Later, he had a meeting with the TDP senior leaders and discussed the latest political developments.

The leaders discussed on four Rajya Sabha MP's joining the BJP, attacks on TDP leaders and activists, and responded over the demolition of the Praja Vedika. Particularly, he made interesting comments on the issue.

Chandrababu Naidu said the decision of demolition of the Praja Vedika is not correct. He indirectly questioned the government will it also remove the YSR statues which were established without permission.

Chandrababu has also condemned the attacks on the TDP activists. He said it is unfortunate that the attacks have happened on their party workers in Prakasam district.

The TDP supremo said that they condemn the attacks on a Dalit doctor at Narasaraopeta. He said in one month time, more than 130 physical attacks happened on the TDP leaders and activists.

Chandrababu Naidu said these attacks are the evidence for the decline of law and order in the state.

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