Congress Lodges Complaint Against Amit Shah
Amaravati: One day ahead of the scheduled visit of BJP national president Amit Shah, the Congress leaders have lodged a complaint with the local police and held a protest march asking him to go back.
The Congress leaders led by AP Mahila Congress president Sunkara Padmasri, senior leaders Meesala Rajeswara Rao, Akula Srinivasa Kumar, V Gurunadham have lodged a complaint with the Governorpet police station. The Congress leaders said that the BJP had betrayed the people of the State by going back on their promise to provide 10 years special category status for the State at the time of elections. They said that the BJP leaders had no right to step into the State until they fulfilled the promise.
The Congress leaders also alleged that Amit Shah had insulted the Dalits of the neighbouring Telangana State by having lunch with them that was cooked outside the Dalit village. The Congress leaders said that the BJP leader had promised to dine with the Dalits but had brought food cooked by non-Dalits which was a clear insult to the Dalits.
The Congress leaders demanded that Amit Shah be arrested for cheating the people of Andhra Pradesh and insulting the Dalits of Telangana State.
Meanwhile, the Congress leaders led by former MLA and city Congress president Malladi Vishnu held a protest march asking the BJP chief to go back. They blamed the BJP leaders for not fulfilling even a single promise that was made at the time of 2014 elections. The Congress leaders asked the BJP to stop betraying people.