Naidu Lashes Out at KCR and Jagan at Mahanadu
HYDERABAD: Launching a blitzkrieg at TRS and YSRCP, Naidu accused them of coming in the way of development of the residual state, instead of extending cooperation.
Naidu stuck to his guns saying he adopted a strategy for development of two Telugu states. Though the political parties do politics, they should resolve the common issues through discussions for development and welfare of the people, which are key policies of the TDP, he declared.
Turning the tables on his Telangana counterpart Chandrasekhar Rao for trying to take potshots at the TDP, he expressed discontent at the previous Congress Government at the center for unplanned bifurcation that led his State into a deep financial crisis. Naidu threw a challenge to KCR for a debate on Hyderabad development, which helped Telangana become a surplus state.
Making it clear that he is for the welfare of both the states, Naidu maintained that he was pressing the center for the development of both the states as and when he is in the national capital. “Let us sit across the table and find amicable solutions to key issues instead of raking up the issues and expressing differences that are of no use, he suggested.
Naidu also said that besides extending support to statehood for Telangana, the TD requested the previous Congress regime to do justice to residual AP, which is now facing a severe financial crisis and many other problems, he said.
“Though the Congress tried to dump us in both the states, bifurcation blues threw it in the doldrums and bit dust in the two states”, he said extending gratitude to TDP leaders and workers for being with the party.
Naidu also lashed out at YSRCP Chief and Leader of the opposition Jaganmohan Reddy for causing hurdles in the development of the new capital on the land acquisition and related works for politics. However, he warned Reddy of dire consequences for his alleged association with red sanders smugglers. “Jagan failed to respond on the issue as he has connection with such criminal elements”, he charged. (NSS)