Naidu found wanting on many counts

Aug 8, 2014: Two months after Chandrababu Naidu took over as Chief Minister, he is
still found wanting in fulfilling his poll promises and his speech at the
Collectors’ Conference shows that he is conducting himself as the President of
a Political Party and not as a head of the State.  

to reporters here on Friday YSR Congress MLA G Srikanth Reddy said;”
Chandrababu Naidu has proved his inefficiency in two months as he could not
implement the core promises he made and signed the five files on assuming

He failed
to keep up a single promise on one hand and his address at the Collectors’
Conference in Vijayawada has proved that he wants the officialdom to toe the
TDP line. Any Chief Minister talking politics at the meeting of administrative
heads is unprecedented and unpardonable.”  

He has
the record of misusing official machinery during the elections to local bodies
at Nellore, Ongole and parts of Guntur.  

YSR has
the distinction of extending welfare schemes to all eligible persons,
irrespective of party affiliations, but Chandrababu Naidu has been using his
position to impose his party line on bureaucracy ignoring the rule book, which
is against the democratic norms.  

“At least
now, the Chief Minister should take back his words. He should talk and act like
a Chief Minister of the entire state and allow the administration to run its
normal course without any coercion. If his style of functioning is going
against the established democratic norms, people will teach him a fitting
lesson,” he said.  

agriculture loans are not waived and the sentiment of drought during his
nine-year term is coming to the fore even as the farmers, students and women
groups are in dire straits. Anti-incumbency has set in just two months after he
has taken over as his words and deeds which do not match often. 


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