Continuous learning helped me emerge as successful leader: Chandrababu Naidu

Continuous learning helped me emerge as successful leader: Chandrababu Naidu
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Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said that continuous learning like students and ability to balance both failure and success has helped him to emerge as successful leader and reach many heights during his 40-year political career.

Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said that continuous learning like students and ability to balance both failure and success has helped him to emerge as successful leader and reach many heights during his 40-year political career.

Speaking at the TDP Co-ordination Committee meeting at his residence at Undavalli on Tuesday, Naidu shared his experiences on completion of his 40 years of political career with his party leaders.

Stating that there was nothing impossible in life, he opined that only continuous learning like students would enable one to achieve success.
He also said that only continuous research, strategic planning and implementation would help one to become a successful leader.

Naidu said that he does not use smart phones though being a tech-savvy individual, as he feels it as a pressure tool despite its importance. The Chief Minister said he would always strive for the development of the State in all fronts. He pointed out that he was fighting for justice to the State.

He said he would extend support to anybody, who fights for the protection of State’s interests. Naidu said the cases earlier filed against him were totally false and the people of the State never believe false propaganda.

Taking on YSRCP chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, he said Jagan was trying to disturb the investment friendly environment in the State. The Chief Minister said that the increase in confidence among people on the State government helped to attract more investments during the just concluded three-day Partnership Summit in Visakhapatnam.

He said AP hosted seven Partnership Summits including six during his regime. He said a university would be set up in Amaravati region with CII Partnership to promote innovation, incubation and startup companies and to establish an industry-friendly ecosystem in the State. Ministers N Lokesh, P Narayana, S Chandramohan Reddy, P Pulla Rao, senior party leader Varla Ramaiah and others participated.

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