Naidu sees bleak future for students
D Gopi Chanubhatlavarigudem (Krishna): Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday alerted students on their future as the State was...
Chanubhatlavarigudem (Krishna): Telugu Desam Party chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Saturday alerted students on their future as the State was heading for division and they would have no access to Hyderabad. Interacting with the students at Chanubhatlavarigudem in Krishna district as part of his second day ‘Telugu Prajala Aatmagowrava Yatra’, Chandrababu Naidu said that he had developed Hyderabad as an international city making it a hub of employment and higher education.
Several thousands of students received the benefits from his nine years of hard work where he also built Cyberabad city, he said and regretted that the city would soon become unavailable for them depriving them of their opportunities. He also said that the teachers too would lose their jobs in future as there would be no patronage for the profession with the changes taking place in the State due to the selfish politics of the Congress.
He criticised the Congress for creating unrest in the State making the lives of thousands of people uncertain. He said he had no ambitions in life as he had served the people for nine years as Chief Minister and Opposition leader for another nine years. His son too was settled well and he had no need to work for his son’s future like the Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who brought division among Telugus for the political future of her son Rahul Gandhi. He asked the students and people to understand the political game of the Congress.