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YSRCP govt drove Kodela to death
TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu reiterated that former Assembly Speaker Dr Kodela Siva Prasada Rao died as he was unable to bear the harassment and mental torture caused by false cases registered by the government.
Guntur : TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu reiterated that former Assembly Speaker Dr Kodela Siva Prasada Rao died as he was unable to bear the harassment and mental torture caused by false cases registered by the government.
He addressed a condolence meeting conducted at SSN College Grounds in Narasaraopet on Monday. Naidu described the latter as tiger of Palnadu region.and said that he will make another hundred leaders like Kodela.
He expressed his full support and cooperation to the Kodela Siva Prasada Rao's family members in their hour of grief and problems.
He recalled his association with Kodela and referred to his contribution to the development of Basava Tarakam Cancer Hospital in Hyderabad and infrastructure in Sattenapalli, Narasaraopet Assembly constituencies besides developing hill shrine Kotappakonda. He said he would make another hundred leaders like Kodela.
Expressing serious concern over breakdown in law and order in the state, the TDP chief said since YSRCP came to power, hundreds of TDP activists fled villages in Palandu region along with their families which was reflective of the dire and dangerous situation prevailing in the state.