Naidu Gets Busy At Nandyal, Lays Foundation For Works
Nandyal: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had electrified the town with his whirlwind tour on Saturday. Though discounting that the welfare programmes were not because of the impending elections, he claimed that he is known for developmental initiatives and every scheme now launched in Nandyal is part of that continuous programme.
Chandrababu Naidu had laid foundation for road widening, construction of Ambedkar Bhavan, Rythu Bazar and Roads and Buildings guest house, modernization of Chama Canal, bridge on Kundu river and housing programme. He had also promised a mega seed park in Nandyal which would be the center of world seed companies. He also promised a residential school for minority girls in Nandyal at Rs 33 crore. The local Chama Canal would be taken up for modernization and beautification at a cost of ₹ 90 crore. The Chief Minister had allocated 50 acres of irrigation land in the town for the housing scheme. Promising to complete construction of 13,000 houses here the chief minister declared that he would install CCTVs at the site to monitor the quality and progress of work from Amaravati.
Having promised everything for Nandyal, he said he was not doing it just for the impending by-election. He claimed that all these developmental works were part of the plans of late Bhuma Nagi Reddy. Perhaps, it was for the first time that Chandrababu Naidu had given credit to someone else (Bhuma Nagi Reddy in this case) for the works he launches. This too was to entice the voters.
He took a dig at the YSR Congress and reiterated that he would bring the corruption money from Jagan Mohan Reddy and use it for the development of the State and the welfare of the people. He said he would expose the corrupt, seize their assets and give them back to the people.
Meanwhile, Naidu had deployed dozens of the party leaders, Ministers and Legislators to monitor the electioneering in the segment. The TDP had already prepared the ground for the by-election though notification is yet to be released.