Naidu calls Kiran a 'Kiri Kiri CM'
Former Chief Minister and President of Telugu Desam Party N Chandrababu Naidu has branded the 'sealed...
Former Chief Minister and President of Telugu Desam Party N Chandrababu Naidu has branded the "sealed cover" Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy a 'Kiri Kiri CM' and that he is not 'Dalit Bandu" but in fact a "Dalita Rabandu."
Naidu who began his 'Vastunna Meekosam' padayatra from Sankaram village in Anakapalli mandal on Wednesday evening, covered Rebaka, Kaapusettivanipalem and Koduru villages at the time of filing the story and addressed many roadside meetings.
At Koduru village, he described the ruling Congress as 'Talli Congress' and the YSRCP as 'Pilla Congress.' He predicted that the latter would be merged with the former in due course as was the case with PRP floated by Chiranjeevi. He said lower and middle class people were reeling under regular power cuts with abnormal hike in monthly bills, steep hike in prices of essential commodities and a cap on LPG cylinder supply.
Stating that the present Congress government was looting the public exchequer, he claimed that the State had witnessed all-round development during the TD regime. A Even private financial companies like SIMS were looting innocent public as there was no control on such firms, he criticised.
When he came across a housing project which began in 2006 near Sankaram village and found it still under construction, Naidu charged that the cement and the bricks were of low quality. He questioned why the Housing Board was taking so much time to complete the project.
Former MP Pappala Chalapathi Rao, former minister Bandaru Satyanarayana Murty, party rural district president Dadi Ratnakar, Nannapaneni Rajakumari, Petakamsetti Ganababu and MLA G Ramanaidu and other leaders accompanied Naidu.
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