Naidu’s References to the Congress Helps the Party’s Revival In AP

Nava Nirmana Deeksha, which was launched by AP CM Naidu on June 2, is set to conclude on June 8 at Kakinada. All through the week, Naidu dedicated at least one fourth of the time from his speech to speak about Congress.

Guntur: The Telugu Desam Party President and AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu appears to be more concerned about reviving the Congress. This impression comes from his daily speeches at the week-long Nava Nirmana Deeksha that he had launched in the State on June 2, marking the bifurcation of the State.

There is not a single day or a single event where Chandrababu Naidu failed to refer to the Congress. His repeated references to the Congress and dedication of most of his time to refer to the Congress in his speeches are helping the Congress leaders to revive their party.

While Naidu speaks mostly attributing the bifurcation crime to the Congress, the Congress leaders get their chance to hit back at him and the TDP’s initiative of giving letters to the Central government twice in favour of bifurcation.

This has given a chance to the Congress leaders to go to the people, who began to look at the Congress now for the special status.

The other incident that has helped the Congress was the TDP’s attempt to hold black flags protest during the visit of Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi to Guntur on June 4. The TDP leaders have held protests from Vijayawada to Guntur all along holding black flags to greet Rahul Gandhi, as he traveled by bus after alighting at Gannavaram airport. The TDP leaders had an extensive coverage on the media because of their media backup, and that helped the Congress leaders to counter the party and reach out to the people.

In the last three years, there was not a single day in Andhra Pradesh, where Chandrababu Naidu concluded his speech either at the press conference or at a public meeting without making any reference to the Congress party’s role in the bifurcation.

The media highlighted how Chandrababu Naidu had made references to the Congress and YSR Congress in the party’s three-day Mahanadu, held in Visakhapatnam last month. Now, in the name of Nava Nirmana Deeksha, Chandrababu Naidu has been giving references to the Congress, thus keeping the party alive in the memory of the people.

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Naidu Concludes Week-Long Nava Nirmana Deeksha

AP CM Chandrababu Naidu has concluded the week-long Nava Nirmana Deeksha at Kakinada by administering a pledge to the people present at his meeting.

Kakinada: CM Naidu had concluded his week-long Nava Nirmana Deeksha at Kakinada on June 8, the day he assumed charge as CM in 2014. He took pledge from the people to work for the development of the State in the name of Maha Sankalpam.

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has concluded his week-long Nava Nirmana Deeksha on Thursday. He took pledge from the people in the name of Maha Sankalpam asking them to work for the development of the State.

Chandrababu Naidu reiterated that his government was committed to complete the prestigious Polavaram project as per the schedule by 2019. He said that the government would also give water to the farmers from the Polavaram Project in 2018. He thanked the farmers of the capital region for giving the 33,000 acres of land for the capital development. He said that the government had created world record by taking lands from the farmers in pooling. That was the spirit he could give to the farmers of the capital region, he said and asserted that the week-long Nava Nirmana Deeksha was a similar attempt to inspire the people to work for the State.

The chief minister said that he had placed facts about different sectors before the people during the past one week to debate and suggest measures for improvement. His government had made the State power surplus, water surplus and food surplus. The government’s initiatives to mobilize investments to the State were becoming a reality soon with a few thousands of crores of rupees coming to the State shortly and creating a few lakhs of jobs for the youth.

Chandrababu Naidu also said that he had decided to make Andhra Pradesh a smokeless State and was giving LPG connections to every family. He said that the government was committed to provide a minimum of ₹ 10,000 monthly revenue to every family and provide unemployment stipend to the jobless youth across the State.

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Naidu Calls June 2, A Black Day

AP CM Naidu called June 2 as the Black Day for the people of AP as the State was bifurcated without their consent and a lot of injustice was done to them. He administered oath to the people to overcome all the problems and work for the growth of the State.
Naidu Calls June 2, A Black Day

Krishna Kumar

Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu had termed June 2, the bifurcation day as black day for the people of Andhra Pradesh as they were betrayed by the Congress in the name of bifurcation. Speaking at the third Nava Nirmana Deeksha, a week-long event planned by the State government marking the bifurcation, Chandrababu Naidu said that the Congress leaders in Delhi have bifurcated the State humiliating the people of Andhra Pradesh. The Congress leaders did not care for the cries of the people during bifurcation, he said and added that he had met several Chief Ministers and leaders of various parties seeking equal justice to both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He also recalled that he had asked the Congress leaders to hold consultations with the leaders of Telangana and Seemandhra to settle the issues between the two States.

He blamed the Congress leaders for the unjust bifurcation and maintained that the people have taught a fitting lesson to the Congress. He wanted people not to allow the Congress to come back to power in the near future for their crime.

Reiterating that bifurcation was executed doing a lot of injustice to the Andhra Pradesh without capital and with a revenue deficit of ₹ 16,000 crore, he said that the State was also not given institutions to give higher education for the students and create employment. However, he said it was time for the people to fight for their rights on one side and work hard to develop the State. He said he had developed the State in several sectors during the last three years and added that the government would place the fact sheets before them for the next six days. He wanted people to discuss on the concept papers and give suggestions to the government on proceeding further.

Chandrababu Naidu administered pledge to the people rededicating them for the development of the State in the years to come. He wanted people of all sections in the State to work with him to develop the State.

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Naidu Justifies Not Celebrating State Formation Day

AP Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has justified Nava Nirmana Deeksha to be undertaken from June2 to motivate the people to fight against injustice done in the process of Bifurcation.

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.

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Nava Nirmana Deeksha On June 3, Naidu Plans Week-long Events

AP CM kept the week busy with his Nava Nirmana Deeksha planned from June 2, the day of bifurcation of the State. The week-long event that starts at the Benz Center in Vijayawada would end at Kakinada on June 8, the day when Naidu assumed charge as CM.

Amaravati: Keeping the bifurcation issue alive, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, had decided to continue the week-long activities of Nava Nirmana Deeksha starting from June 2, the bifurcation day. He starts the event with his speech on the bifurcation and the injustice done to the people on June 2, 2014. The government had blocked the busiest Benz Circle in Vijayawada for the event, where it was held in the last two years. For this, the police have already diverted the national highway traffic without touching Vijayawada to keep the Benz Circle free for the event.

The week-long event involves Chief Minister and all his Cabinet colleagues besides the senior bureaucrats and Heads of Departments explaining to the people various departments, success stories and their achievement during the last three years. The Chief Minister would deal with his pet subjects of IT, electricity, Amaravati and other issues on which the government would release statements and open it for people to debate.

Chandrababu Naidu would give a pledge to the people on June 8 at Kakinada this time rededicating themselves for the development of the State in what he calls the adverse situations after the bifurcation. He is set to take the role of the Congress in the bifurcation and the role of the YSR Congress in the post-bifurcation and asking people to back him and his vision for the State.

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Naidu Deceiving People in the Name of Deeksha : Ramachandraiah

HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh senior Congress Leader Ramachandraiah has alleged that the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu was trying to deceive the people in the name of ‘Nava Nirmana Deeksha’ on June 2.

Speaking to the media at Indira Bhavan here on Saturday along with Thulasi Reddy and Goutham, Ramachandraiah said that the chief minister has to take an all-party committee to Delhi to take up Deeksha in front of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh demanding a special status to Andhra Pradesh State.

He alleged that the center did not believe Naidu, and hence, it allotted a mere 100 crore rupees for the construction of Polavaram Project. Finding fault with Naidu for stating that Telangana State was created because of his letter, Ramachandraiah said that it was not proper for Naidu to say that the center had created Telangana State within half-an-hour in the Parliament.

Pointing out to babu’s statement that the state was facing financial problems, Ramachandraiah said that the government has to prepare its priorities. The government has to take up people centric problems instead of taking capital city issue presently, he said, and alleged that the chief minister and his sycophants were chanting ‘Capital City’ everyday at the cost of all problems faced by the people.

Questioning as to what   Naidu has achieved in his one-year rule, Ramachandraiah alleged that the people were facing serious drinking-water problem, and the government was least bothered about it.

“Chandrababu has not even constructed a small building in the last one year. Chandrababu did nothing to the people and was trying to benefit his sycophants in the name of capital city”, he alleged.

Taking serious objection at Naidu finding fault with the Shivaramakrishna Committee appointed for the selection of the capital city, Ramachandraiah said that Shivaramakrishna Committee placed facts in its report, but Chandrababu is not in a position to listen to the committee’s opinion, as he wants to benefit his followers, he said.

Reiterating that Chandrababu was making Andhra Pradesh people scapegoats, Ramachandraiah said that it is not proper for the ruling party to take up Deekshas.

“Is the Deeksha against the center,” he questioned and said that Chandrababu was in alliance with the BJP in the state and at the center, and it was not proper for him to make unnecessary statements. (NSS)

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