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BJP will not distance itself from TDP: Gokaraju

BJP will not distance itself from TDP: Gokaraju
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The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is not going to distance itself from alliance partner Telugu Desam, asserted BJP MP Gokaraju Gangaraju. Interacting with media persons here on Friday, Gangaraju said that the cash-for-vote issue was not for the political parties to decide. He said that the issue was in the court of law and the courts would decide the case.

Vijayawada: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is not going to distance itself from alliance partner Telugu Desam, asserted BJP MP Gokaraju Gangaraju. Interacting with media persons here on Friday, Gangaraju said that the cash-for-vote issue was not for the political parties to decide. He said that the issue was in the court of law and the courts would decide the case.


He further added that the BJP was not prepared to distance itself from the TDP purely basing on the allegations the TDP was facing on the cash-for-vote issue. When asked about the special category status promised to the State, the BJP MP said that the promises made by the BJP leadership would be implemented on priority basis.


He said that the NDA government had already sanctioned Rs 1,000 crore for the State in different forms. The special category status too would come in the process. “The BJP government is committed to implementing every promise. They will come slowly but surely,” he added.


He said that the Central government would clear the projects once the State develops infrastructure, particularly in the capital area. “The State government is planning to develop infrastructure like roads, electricity and other facilities. Once they are ready, the Centre would initiate its programmes,” the MP asserted.


Gokaraju Gangaraju said that the State would witness speedy development with BJP and the TDP at the helm. He said that Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu were committed for the development of the State. He thanked the Union Minister for sanctioning Rs 1,000 crore for the development of Vijayawada and Guntur cities.

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