Kannababu flays Naidu for stalling welfare schemes

Agriculture Minister  K Kannababu addressing a press conference at YSRCP central office in Tadepalli on Saturday
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Agriculture Minister K Kannababu addressing a press conference at YSRCP central office in Tadepalli on Saturday

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Terming Chandrababu Naidu's 36-hour protest as a skit, Agriculture Minister Kurasala Kannababu came down heavily on the Opposition Leader for backing the filthy language used by TDP leader Pattabhi against the Chief Minister and questioned if he will use the same abusive word during his New Delhi tour.

Tadepalli: Terming Chandrababu Naidu's 36-hour protest as a skit, Agriculture Minister Kurasala Kannababu came down heavily on the Opposition Leader for backing the filthy language used by TDP leader Pattabhi against the Chief Minister and questioned if he will use the same abusive word during his New Delhi tour.

Addressing the media at the party central office here on Saturday, the Minister flayed Naidu for demanding CBI inquiry into attack on the TDP central office and reminded that it was Naidu who didn't allow CBI to enter the State during the previous government.

The Minister made fun of Nara Lokesh for stating that he would win in Mangalagiri and give it as gift to Naidu, instead of stating that he would get TDP back to power in the State. The Minister challenged Naidu and Lokesh to win in upcoming municipal elections in their home turf Kuppam.

The Minister slammed Atchannaidu for trying to instigate people with his hate speech and said the TDP wants to come back to power only to take revenge against YSRCP cadre, but not for interests of the people of the State. The Minister lashed out at Naidu for stating the attack on TDP office as a case of State-sponsored terrorism and said it was Naidu and TDP who were indulging in terrorism by stalling the welfare activities like introduction of English as medium of instruction and Amma Vodi and others.

He said some senior TDP leaders are worried about the degrading values in TDP.

The Minister said the TDP has been trying to damage the reputation and interests of the State by propagating false information on drugs and described it as a serious crime.

The Minister said the State government has been taking strict measures to curb ganja menace.

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