Killers coming with garlands: AP CM on Congress
Taking a dig at AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said here on Monday that “those who had killed the state are now coming with garlands (to pay tributes)”. He called upon TDP leaders to alert people and create awareness on such parties and leaders.
Amaravati: Taking a dig at AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said here on Monday that “those who had killed the state are now coming with garlands (to pay tributes)”. He called upon TDP leaders to alert people and create awareness on such parties and leaders.
Participating in a teleconference with rank and file of the party from his residence at Undavalli here on Monday, the Chief Minister said that Congress leaders were plotting a comeback as the YSRCP was losing ground in the state.
He said the Congress was trying to woo those sections which were moving away from the YSRCP after its president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “The Congress, which lost deposits across the state in the elections, has reached such a stage as to conduct a public meeting.
If we commit mistake, the opposition parties will gain ground. Hence, we should be more cautious at every moment. The official spokespersons of the party have the responsibility of countering the criticism against the government and the party,” Naidu said.
People were still angry at the Congress party even after three years of bifurcation, he said and asked the cadres to highlight to the people the development that had taken place during the last three years in the state. As part of this, he directed all the leaders and workers to participate actively in Nava Nirmana Deeksha and Mahasankalpam.
Expressing thanks to the leaders and workers for conducting the three-day Mahanadu in Visakhapatnam successfully, he said that Mahasankalpam is needed to build the state from grass-root level and Nava Nirmana Deeksha was being conducted every year to reach the goal.
Naidu said satisfaction of 80 per cent people was must for the success of schemes and programmes. The TDP leadership had appointed ministers as in-charges for every constituency, he said, and suggested that leaders coordinate all sections of people to get people’s support.
“People have given the party an opportunity to serve them. The leaders should utilise this opportunity. As a Chief Minister I work hard to develop the state on par with other developed states in the country,” he said. Several in-charges ofdistrict, mandal party committees and public representatives also took part in the teleconference.