None can stop Modi from becoming PM: Naidu
N Chandra Babu Naidu: None Can Stop Modi from Becoming PM, the BJP and the TDP was a winning combination and no one can stop Narendra Modi from becoming the Prime Minister.
The TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu showered praises on Narendra Modi and said that the BJP and the TDP was a winning combination and no one can stop Narendra Modi from becoming the Prime Minister. Addressing a mammoth meeting jointly attended by Modi and Pawan Kalyan, at L B Stadium on Tuesday, Naidu said "From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, people of the country are looking up to Narendra Modi to occupy the top post to rid the country of corruption and to develop it on a par with US and China."
Reiterating that India needs the rule of Modi to eradicate corruption, which had become rampant in the country for the past decade, under UPA, Naidu said the country would become free from corruption only if NDA government cames to power at Centre. Earlier at another meeting in Mahbubnagar, Naidu said, "When I see the public here, it appears that the people came here to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Modi as prime minister.
Naidu, who is known for his penchant for technology, said if he had constructed Hi-Tec City in Hyderabad and helped the speedy growth of IT sector in the city, Modi surpassed him in utilising the technology for the betterment of people. "Modi is very well acquainted with modern technology. He is not only good at using IT sector for the welfare of people, but also knows how to use 3D technology," he added. The TDP chief, who has been banking on 'BC CM' slogan in Telangana said, "If Modi becomes the PM, he would be the first BC leader to occupy the coveted post.
Like that if the BJP-TDP combine comes to power in Telangana, we will make a BC leader as the first CM of the new State". Lashing out at TRS chief K Chandrasekhar Rao, Naidu said that Rao's family had amassed wealth in the guise of leading the T movement. He said if the TRS was voted to power, Rao's family would ruin the new State for its selfish motives.