TDP Should Respond To CAG Report On Chandrababu Corruption

Anantapur: YSR Congress Party former MPs Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy, Anantha Venkatrami Reddy, Vara Prasad and Mithun Reddy lashed out at the Centre for not fulfilling the bifurcation promises. Speaking on the eve of "Vanchana Garjana" to be held tomorrow, the YSRCP leaders accused Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu of putting the blame on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), after four years of romance in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

YSRCP senior leader Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy alleged that an oppurtunistic Chandrababu pulled out of the NDA, after learning that the BJP-led central government's performance graph started to plunge. Chandrababu, who once said no one would like to be born as a Dalit, has now launched the Dalit Tejam programme, which is a flop, he observed.

"How many of Chandrababu's 600 promises before the 2014 elections have been fulfilled?" Mekapati demanded to know. The TDP MPs were scared to support our no-confidence vote against the Centre, he remarked. In the interest of Andhra Pradesh, we have resigned from our posts, intensifying the demand for Special Category Status (SCS) for the state, he said.

Former MP Mithun Reddy said he was confident of achieving the SCS under the leadership of YSRCP chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. Chandrababu has cheated the farmers of the drought-driven Anantapur district, he added.

YSRCP chief YS Jagan will change the fate of the state, if elected to power, Mithun Reddy observed.

YSRCP leader Vara Prasad alleged that Chandrababu compromised on the interests of the state, during the last four years of romance with BJP. The CAG report is a testimony to Chandrababu's corrupt governance, he observed.

Former MP Anantha Venkatrami Reddy said Chandrababu is planning to hand over Kadapa steel plant work to his benamis, just like he did with the Polavaram project. In protest against the TDP-BJP's failure in delivering their poll promises, we are staging a protest tomorrow, he added.

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