YSRCP trying to spread anarchy, alleges Chandrababu Naidu
Making serious allegations against YSRCP, Chief Minister and TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu said antisocial elements cannot be encouraged in APHe said the TDP government is capable of maintaining the law and order
Amaravati: Making serious allegations against YSRCP, Chief Minister and TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu said anti-social elements cannot be encouraged in AP. He said the TDP government is capable of maintaining the law and order.
While addressing the party leaders in a teleconference on Tuesday, Naidu said that about 200 TDP workers were killed during the 10 years between 2004 and 2014 in the State when the TDP was away from power.
He alleged that due to frustration, Opposition YSRCP was creating disturbances in the State. Naidu alleged that the YSRCP leaders were indulging in rowdy politics ahead of the polls. He said the people are not afraid of them. Only with votes, people will give appropriate answer to them, Naidu said.
He said people protested against the Opposition party activists indulging in rowdyism at Chandragiri in Chittoor district. He alleged that YSRCP was encouraging anti-social activities utilising money earned through “illegal” means.
Naidu further alleged that YSRCP president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy was planning to turn AP into another Bihar. He said all anti-social activities will be suppressed when the TDP is in power.
He further said there would be no security to women and children if the YSRCP is voted to power. The development projects would hit a road block, he added.
Chittoor, Ongole, Denduluru and Kondaveedu incidents exposed the conspiracy hatched by YSRCP to disturb peace in the State, the Chief Minister said. He said while the TDP is interested in speeding up development in the State the YSRCP’s goal is to promote anarchy.