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Chandrababu's costly Singapore trip Vs KCR tour

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Chandrababu Naidu\'s Costly Singapore Trip Vs KCR Tour. The YSR Congress Party is perhaps planning to release a white paper document on Chandrababu\'s extravagance. Wonder what expenditure we are referring to? Read on..

The YSR Congress Party is perhaps planning to release a white paper document on Chandrababu's extravagance. Wonder what expenditure we are referring to? Read on..

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao's Singapore trip cost Rs 3 lakhs, Andhra Pradesh CHief Minister Chandrababu's foreign trip budget is said to be Rs 100 lakhs.

While KCR flew by a regular plane, Chandrababu took a special flight to Singapore

KCR had been to Singapore after being invited by a University. He utilised the opportunity to woo investors to Telangana. However, Chandrababu's Singapore tour was planned by himself.

KCR and team took the Indian airlines flight and the charges came up to Rs 3 lakhs. But Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu's Club One Air cost him close to a crore including waiting period.

One question that seems to be on everyone's mind is how could Chandrababu who's singing the state is bankrupt tune at meetings and press conferences waste public money like this. He's answerable to people, they feel. Their grouse is that Chandrababu's Singapore trip was pre-planned and he could have easily instructed the aviation minister from TDP Ashok Gajapathiraju to book a good flight for his team. What was the need to choose a private flight at such a huge cost? They feel that it's time Chandrababu gave up his habit of using special flights for all his trips.

To bring this to public notice, the main opposition party Jagan's YSR Congress party is planning to release a white paper document, it is learnt.

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