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CM advises MPs to continue protests in Parliament

CM advises MPs to continue protests in Parliament
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Respond firmly with facts and statistics, if the BJP misleads the public with improper statistics and figures, said TDP national president and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu to the party MPs and Ministers during a teleconference on Saturday, a day after the adjournment of Parliament.

Amaravati: Respond firmly with facts and statistics, if the BJP misleads the public with improper statistics and figures, said TDP national president and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu to the party MPs and Ministers during a teleconference on Saturday, a day after the adjournment of Parliament.

Highlights:

  • The Budget session of Parliament will resume on March 5 after the break
  • Naidu tells MPs to create awareness among people on the assistance provided so far by the Centre to the State

He discussed the developments at New Delhi with the MPs and took feedback from them on the reactions of Central Ministers over the issues pertaining to Andhra Pradesh.

He asked the MPs to continue their protests in Parliament again from March 5 when the Budget session of Parliament resumes after the break. He directed them to continue their protests until all the State issues are resolved.

Chandrababu Naidu said that the even though the BJP leaders were claiming that they had provided assistance to the State, it was not enough and only a little help so far was extended so far.

Vijayawada MP Kesineni Srinivas and other leaders visited the Chief Minister’s residence at Undavalli on Saturday. The Chief Minister also spoke to the party leaders on the comments made by BJP State president Kambhampati Haribabu on Central government’s assistance to State and directed them to explain facts to the people.

Chandrababu Naidu pointed out that there was not much time left to discuss and it was the need of the hour to demand implementation of all the promises made by the Central government as part of AP Reorganisation Act 2014.

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