TDP put Hyd on global map
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said that while the Nizam of Hyderabad took 400 years to develop the city of Hyderabad, he had put it on the global map in a short period of 9 years.
We developed Twin Cities in 9 years, Nizam took 4 centuries, says Chandrababu Naidu
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said that while the Nizam of Hyderabad took 400 years to develop the city of Hyderabad, he had put it on the global map in a short period of 9 years.
Starting GHMC election campaign for his party at Patancheru, the Telugu Desam national president said that because of the efforts made by the TDP government Hyderabad city has become the most happening city and had become the hub for ITES. As a result 14 lakh person got job in this sector, he said.
Naidu said Telangana got more benefit due to Hyderabad and Outer Ring Road, metro rail and international airport were also the brain child of TDP government. It was unfortunate that this project was not completed even after 12 years. We would have completed the work in time had TDP been in power, he said.
Listing various developmental works taken up during TDP regime Naidu said “Shilparamam, Shilpakalavedika, Uppal cricket stadium are some of the main attraction of the city which materialised during our party rule”.
He said “It was NTR who brought real freedom to Telangana by abolishing Patel system in the state”. In an indirect attack on TRS leaders, Chandrababu Naidu questioned from “where did these leaders come from. They do not have right to criticise me”.
When I visit Delhi, I raise issues of AP as well as Telangana; Chandrababu Naidu said adding that being the national president of TDP, I have every right to talk about both the states. He also told the people not to believe the rival parties claims that he had left Hyderabad. I have not gone anywhere. TDP will always be with you, he said.
Naidu said being CM of AP he will extend all help to Telangana state. Referring to the relationship between the two Telugu states, Naidu said KCR has invited me for Chandiyagam in response to my invitation on the occasion of laying foundation stone for Amaravathi.
Governments are different and politics is different. Though we both KCR and I can cooperate in government matters, but politically we have different ideologies, Chandrababu Naidu said. He appealed to people to vote for TDP –BJP combined candidates and help in their victory.