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