Chandrababu Naidu deputes 3 ministers to coordinate with Joint Action Committee on stir
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu deputed three ministers, Nakka Anandababu, K Srinivasulu and K Atchannaidu to support the Joint Action Committee...
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu deputed three ministers, Nakka Anandababu, K Srinivasulu and K Atchannaidu to support the Joint Action Committee formed with the all parties and social organisations to fight against the central government.
Chandrababu Naidu addressed TDLP meeting at Assembly meeting hall here on Thursday and said that the three ministers will coordinate and support in all respects for the protests being organised by the JAC till February 13.
Reacting on the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to AP, he said that the PM will come at least ten times from now. He also added that BJP president Amit Shah also will come to the State for campaigns repeatedly.
Stating that they have been coming to the State without fulfilling their promises, he said that they did not have any moral right to ask votes in the State. He stated that the BJP leaders were coming to the State where they did not even have 0.5 per cent vote share in any given Assembly constituency.
He added that the BJP and TRS president KCR have been supporting directly and indirectly the YSRCP president YS Jaganmohan Reddy, as part of their political conspiracy against the TDP.
Chandrababu Naidu said that they could not convince the public through their defective political tactics and five crore people will be with the TDP in the ensuing general elections.
He added that despite financial constraints, the State government has been implementing numerous welfare schemes for the benefit of the poor.
There will be programmes of distributing pensions to the old-age persons and other beneficiaries from February 2 to 4 for three days. The State government will organise it.
Chief Minister will discuss the farmers problems in the Assembly on February 5 and then Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu will present the Vote-on- Account budget. On February 9, he will participate in housewarming ceremony of 4 lakh houses including 1 lakh in urban areas and 3 in rural areas, constructed by the State government for poor. The government will bring an Act for BC Sub plan and Kapu Reservation bill to be introduced, he added.