Jagadish Reddy slams Naidu’s remarks
HYDERABAD: Minister for Power, Jagadish Reddy, today launched a scathing attack on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for his comments against Telangana Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao.
Addressing a press conference at Telangana Bhavan, Reddy said Naidu lacked any eligibility to criticize KCR, who is the best chief minister in India. Throwing a challenge to Naidu to compete in doing works of welfare and development like Telangana Government, Reddy alleged that Naidu is indulging in just ‘Paper management’.
The minister asked Naidu to refrain from mud-slinging activities on Telangana Government. He ridiculed that Naidu is envious of the huge responses from the people to the TRS public meeting. The Minister stated that Telangana state was a surplus even before its merger with Andhra. He asked Naidu to stop carrying on misinformation campaign against Telangana government.
The minister also stated that Andhra Bank Chairman and Managing Director has recently stated that Telangana State is witnessing a rapid growth in terms of development. Alleging that Naidu is uttering words sans any substance, he said that the people are aware that the former had back stabbed NTR to become chief minister by joining the TDP.
It is a known fact that TDP regime killed people for seeking rollback of power tariff, in Basheer Bagh firing incident, he said and alleged that the former came in the way of T statehood. The Minister also felt that Naidu cannot convince people through his misinterpretation on the TRS Government. (NSS)