Chandrababu should explain his secret pact with Janasena

Kakinada: Stating that the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) was taking different stands on issues for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, senior leader of the YSR Congress party (YSRCP) Botsa Satyanarayana criticized Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu for his double-fazed nature. Botsa, along with party leaders, inspected the arrangements for YSRCP's 'Vanchanapai Garjana' meeting, scheduled for tomorrow, here at the river Balaji centre. The meeting would be held in protest against the failure of the Central and the State governments to deliver on the promise to accord the Special Category Status (SCS).
Addressing the media, Botsa said that Chandrababu had colluded with the Congress for his self-interests. Likening the TDP Chief's shifting political choices to a Chameleon's ability to change colours, he added that Chandrababu shifted AP's administrative base from Hyderabad owing to his involvement in the note for vote case.
"Chandrababu, an expert in opportunistic politics during elections, colluded with the Congress after the TRS refused to join hands with him. He should give an explanation on his proposal for alliance with the TRS. After joining hands with the Congress to save the corrupt TDP leaders from prosecution, he withdrew the official consent to the CBI in AP," the YSRCP leader recalled.
Botsa further said actor-politician Pawan Kalyan's Janasena party was acting on the word of Chandrababu. "Chandrababu should explain his secret pact with Janasena." The YSRCP will always work in the interests of the State, he promised.
While diverting attention from the TDP's corruption, Pawan Kalyan is making meaningless allegations against Leader of Opposition in AP Assembly YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, he said, urging people to make tomorrow's Vanchanapai Garjana a success.
Meanwhile, former YSRCP MP YV Subba Reddy attributed the failure in granting the SCS to Chandrababu. "All sections of the State, students, employees and associations are observing Chandrababu's deceptive activities," he added.
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