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N Chandrababu Naidu Embarks on Campaign in Telangana, Telugu Desam Party President N Chandrababu Naidu said on Saturday that the revenue surplus in Telangana region owed a great deal to the economic reforms introduced during the TDP regime.
Hyderabad: Telugu Desam Party President N Chandrababu Naidu said on Saturday that the revenue surplus in Telangana region owed a great deal to the economic reforms introduced during the TDP regime. Addressing a public meeting at Kutbullahpur as part of his election campaign which he launched in Kukatpalli Assembly constituency, he said the brand image enjoyed by Hyderabad was an achievement of his nine year rule. A great deal of effort went into the all-round development of the city. Except for the TDP, no other political party had the moral right to seek the votes of the people in the city.
Naidu observed that the ensuing election would be a fight between the good and the bad. Calling it “Dharma Poratam”, he said that the evil forces should be defeated by all means. Stating that electorate had started looking forward to people who could provide able leadership, he said this could be possible only with the TDP in the State and Modi at the Centre. The NDA would garner 300 seats in the polls. The TDP-BJP combine would form the governments in both the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, he said.
Assuring the minority communities of all support by the TDP, he said that the TDP rule had helped restore communal harmony. Communal riots were dealt with an iron hard. He came down heavily on the TRS, calling it a show of family that sought to thrive on “collections.” He said that the TDP would not allow the “collections” to go on further. He also flayed the Congress rule for the spiraling prices of essential commodities. The TDP would address the pressing problems of the people once it was voted back to power. The TDP would task itself with the responsibility of girl child protection once it came back to power. Naidu’s road shows organised in different segments of Malkajgiri parliamentary constituency drew large crowds all the way.