BJP, YSR Congress hatching conspiracy to destabilize the government in AP- PCC president
Pradesh Congress Committee PCC president NRaghu Veera Reddy has alleged that BJP, YSR congress parties are hatching conspiracy for destabilize the...
Kadapa: Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) president N.Raghu Veera Reddy has alleged that BJP, YSR congress parties are hatching conspiracy for destabilize the government in Andhra Pradesh. Addressing press conference here on Saturday the PCC president indirectly pointed out the attack on opposition leader at Visakhapatnam air port on Thursday said, if any untoward incident occurred it will be the responsibility of central government to dwelt the case in impartial manner by taking inputs from the government, but it was not done instead hatching conspiracy to dethrone the government by leaving state of its fate.
Finding fault with the chief minister N.Chandra Babu naidu of his failure in giving specific answers over the Visakhapatnam incident, the PCC chief should optioned that as a state head it is responsibility of the chief minister to dig out the facts instead hiding them as there was lot of confusion in the public over the issue. He said that as a experienced chief minister it is not correct for Chandra Babu naidu to pronounce the words of after all a film artist in the name of operation Garuda as it will be proving in capability in the administration.
He questioned that Chandra Babu naidu to answer the people why he failed to ordered probe on film artist Shivaji on his statements over conspiracy hatching in the state in the name of operation Garuda. The PCC president expressed displeasure over failure of intelligence department in probing Visakhapatnam issue immediately after the incident taken place.
While expressing confidence over emerging to power in both central and state government in ensuing elections he said congress is the only party to rule the country according to the wishes of all sections of the people. He said congress party is stick on its promise in providing Special Category Status(SCS) to AP after it has voted to power in 2019 general elections. PCC vice president N.Tulasi Reddy, DCC president SK Nazir Ahmand and others were present.