Naidu Justifies Not Celebrating State Formation Day
Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had justified his decision not to celebrate the State formation day for the third consecutive year. He said that the State was bifurcated against the wishes of the people and a lot of injustice was done to the State. People’s sentiments were dishonored, State’s interests were ignored and the people of 13 districts were thrown on to the streets. “The Bill copies were sent to the State in a military flight. A war room was established to divide the State. Doors and windows of Parliament were closed and the telecast of the Parliament proceedings was withdrawn. People were thrown out of Hyderabad in the most unjust form,” Naidu said and asked how the people would celebrate the bifurcation.
He emphasized the need to rebuild the State, motivate the people and lay foundation for the growth of the State. He said he was doing the same motivating people and making them rededicate themselves for the growth of the State. The Nava Nirmana Deeksha was aimed at motivating the people and rebuilding the State, he reiterated.
Chandrababu Naidu asserted the need to recall the unjust bifurcation to remind people of the wrong doings of the previous regime and their political interests. He said that people would understand the need to rededicate themselves only when they were reminded of the injustice done to them in the name of bifurcation. He said that the Nava Nirmana Deeksha was to explain the injustice and make them work for the State. He expressed confidence that people would understand his efforts and support him.
The Nava Nirmana Deeksha would start on June 2 at Benz Circle in Vijayawada and would conclude on June 8 at Kakinada. The government would present different papers on the progress of every sector in the State during the next one week and involve people on discussions.