This will be KCR’s last election: Chandrababu Naidu

This will be KCR’s last election: Chandrababu Naidu
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The BJP led NDA government at the Centre has often been troubling the States with new legislations and Prime Minister Naredra Modi who made many promises during 2014 general elections failed to deliver them, said the TDP chief and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu while addressing a public rally in Sathupally town on Wednesday

Sathupalli (Khammam): The BJP led NDA government at the Centre has often been troubling the States with new legislations and Prime Minister Naredra Modi who made many promises during 2014 general elections failed to deliver them, said the TDP chief and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu while addressing a public rally in Sathupally town on Wednesday.

It was his second visit to erstwhile Khammam district in this month. He campaigned for Prajakutami candidates and Sathupalli nominee S Venkata Veeraiah and Aswaraopet nominee M Nageswara Rao, both of TDP.

Naidu accused the BJP government of misusing CBI and Enforcement Directorate (ED) in targeting its political opponents. He appealed to the public to defeat the BJP candidates in the Assembly elections.
He also accused the TRS of joining hands with both BJP and MIM parties and said he would not fear the threats of the TRS leaders and added that CM K Chandrashekhar Rao is acting in an autocratic manner.

He found fault with the police for forcefully arresting Congress Kodangal Assembly candidate A Revanth Reddy at mid-night hours.” This Assembly election is going to be the last election for KCR” the TDP chief maintained.

KCR though began his political career with the TDP is now saying that there was no need of TDP in Telangana. The TRS candidates must be defeated in this election to teach a lesson to KCR, Naidu said.

The AP CM claimed that though Hyderabad was built by Quli Qutub Shah, Cyberabad was built by him during his tenure as the Chief Minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh.

Naidu hoped that Prajakutami would come to power in Telangana as the public in the state is impressed with the Kutami common election manifesto. The poll alliance between Congress, TDP, TJS and CPI was aimed to protect democracy, he noted. Congress leader Renuka Chowdary was also present at the Sathupalli meeting.

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