YSRCP, Jana Sena colluded with BJP, lambasts Naidu
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu in an indirect reference to YSRCP and Jana Sena party accused them of being hand in glove with the Bharatiya Janata party and doing great injustice to the state.
Anantapur: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu in an indirect reference to YSRCP and Jana Sena party accused them of being hand in glove with the Bharatiya Janata party and doing great injustice to the state.
Naidu inaugurates two-day Lepakshi festival
Addressing a large crowd of participants at the Lepakshi festival here on Saturday, the Chief Minister said that the local parties both YSRCP and Jana Sena in collision with BJP had boycotted the all party meeting called by him.
This shows that the three parties are in collision with each other. The Chief Minister elaborated on his long and patient struggle with the Centre during the last four years to secure justice for the State. Naidu said that he would continue his fight against the Central government until justice is done to the State. The Chief Minister had a dig at Jana Sena party chief Pawan Kalyan for suddenly taking a U-turn and levelling baseless allegations against him. Instead of supporting him and his government, the Jana Sena chief had resorted to unjust criticism of the TDP, Naidu lamented.
This shows how his party had colluded with the Bharatiya Janata Party and YSRCP, the Chief Minister said. Naidu lambasted Prime Minister Narendra Modi for failing to implement AP Reorganisation Act-2014. He pointed out that as per the Act, the Centre should sanction a Central University for Anantapur, a steel plant for Kadapa district, Dugarajapatnam Port in Prakasam district and an exclusive railway zone for State.
Stating that Andhra Pradesh is currently facing a crisis situation, he sought people’s support in the fight against the Centre to ensure justice to the State. Hindupuram MLA N Balakrishna spoke on the rich cultural heritage of Lepakshi. A galaxy of people's representatives, film actors and directors and hundreds of cultural artists graced the occasion. Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated the two-day Lepakshi festival.