Cong, TDP wasting time of Assembly

Hyderabad, Jan 5, 2014:  Leader of Opposition N
Chandrababu Naidu and his double standards stand exposed as he has been
promising moon unmindful that his past haunts him and the memories of his nine
year misrule are still afresh in the minds of the people while Congress and TDP
are wasting the valuable time of the Assembly without spelling out their stand
on Telangana issue.

When the President sends a Bill both Congress and
TDP do not spell out their stand and the valuable time of the Assembly and
Council is being wasted by the confusion and double standards of the two
parties, party spokesperson Jupudi Prabhakar told reporters here on Saturday.

The Chief Minister and Leader of Opposition have
been functioning against spirit of the parliamentary democracy and have
introduced the Bill which is incomplete, full of loopholes and shows the
arrogance of Delhi. Though 75 % of the people are opposing it the two parties
do not spell out their stand and the proceedings are not being going on
smoothly as a section of members of both the parties are stalling the House.

YSR Congress has been categorical about its stand
that they it is committed for a united state while Naidu has been double-crossing
by confining himself to his chamber and encouraging his cadre from both sides
to go all out in the House.  

“This is not a good parliamentary practice. Every
party should have a stand and a policy on any issue. Here Congress and TDP do
not have one and are making a mockery of the assembly and council proceedings,”
he said.

Naidu, who keeps silence in the House, has been on
a promising spree outside and has been doling out sops after sops but his nine
year term is still fresh in the minds of the people. He has never kept up his

He has diluted NTR pet schemes of Rs 2 kg rice,
subsidised power to farmers and total prohibition. He has been boasting of
waiving loans to DWACRA groups but had deceived them during the elections. He
had promised loans, gas cylinders, gas connections, free education to girls and
Rs 5,000 to every girl child born but never did he keep up any promise.

He has also promised many sops to the weaker
sections, in housing and other sectors during the 1999 elections but did not fulfill
even one promise. In 2001 Naidu has promised to provide one crore jobs but over
20,000 employees were sacked. His past will haunt him and people are not in a
position to believe him, he added.


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