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Congress better than Modi for Chandrababu Naidu

Posted May 6th, 2019, 09:55 AM IST

Congress better than Modi for Chandrababu Naidu

Vijayawada: Stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not have any moral right to talk about Andhra Pradesh after not granting special category status and not implementing the AP Reorganisation Act for the state, Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday condemned the remarks made by Mr Modi on state bifurcation in Bihar recently.

Mr Modi had said that the Congress had unscientifically bifurcated Andhra Pradesh due to which many issues were still pending between the states and there was animosity between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.





Addressing a press conference here on Sunday, Mr Naidu said that Modi was heckling the state and ridiculing its problems instead of resolving them. He said Mr Modi was rubbing salt on the wounds of bifurcation.

Mr Naidu said he had visited Delhi 29 times to bring pressure on the Centre to resolve 18 bifurcation related issues including special category status and funds to Amaravati and Polavaram. Not a single issue was resolved by the BJP led Centre.

He asked Mr Modi to contemplate on what his government had done for the benefit of Andhra Pradesh before criticising the Congress. Mr Naidu said the BJP would will remain a bigger culprit than the Congress in the history of Andhra Pradesh for not fulfilling the bifurcation promises.

He said Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mother and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi had reiterated their commitment towards according special category status to Andhra Pradesh in several election speeches.

Mr Naidu condemned the attack on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying the BJP had resorted to physical violence after it had attacked institutions.

Naidu to get back to work

TD supremo and Chief Minister N. Chandra-babu Naidu reiterated that the Election Commission must not interfere in administration and should only conduct polls.

Mr Naidu reiterated he would continue to review government schemes, activities and projects. He will visit Polavaram on Monday to inspect the progress of the work.

Mr Naidu said his Telangana counterpart K. Chandrasekhar Rao was reviewing work on projects like Kaleshwa-ram and Prime Minis-ter Narendra Modi was reviewing government activities at the Centre.

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