TDP Protected Communal Harmony in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu here on Friday asserted that it was the TDP Government in undivided AP that protected communal harmony and maintained law and order.
Speaking on the resolution on law and order situation in Andhra Pradesh at party held Mahanadu on the third day at Gandipet here, Naidu said the credit for maintaining communal harmony in Hyderabad goes to TDP government only during its tenure.
Criticising Congress rule in the state, Naidu said the erstwhile Cognress Government had utterly failed to maintain law and order during its 10-year rule. During late YSR regime, the TDP lost a prominent leader like Paritala Ravi, he said. He also alleged that red scandal smugglers have nexus with YSRCP leaders.
The AP Chief Minister warned that stern action would be initiated if anybody tried to violate law and order in AP, as peace is the main instrument of development in any State.
To celebrate Godavari Pushkarams in Andhra Pradesh, work was going on feverishly, he said, adding that out of 268 pushkarghats, work has been completed at 248 ghats. He appealed to the people of both Telugu states to celebrate Godavari puskarams enthusiastically. (NSS)