Chandrababu Pushes AP In Deep Financial Crisis

Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu pushed the residuary state of Andhra Pradesh into deep financial crisis further by spending public money lavishly on his deekshas ,personal campaign and media publicity. 

Unmindful of the criticism from all quarters on spending crores of rupees during Nava Nirmana Deeskha programme in June,  the TDP Chief has come out with another scheme to waste crores of rupees of the public money.  In the name of "1500 days- State Growth", Chandrababu government was releasing crores of rupees for a mass campaign in the media.  

Ever since he assumed CM office in 2014 June, the Chief minister embarked on foreign visits. He conducted 26 foreign visits spending more than Rs 200 crore.  In the name of Janmabhoomi,  the government was allocating huge funds to benefit the TDP leaders and workers in the villages.

At one side, Chandrababu said state plunged into deep crisis with Rs 16,000 crore financial deficit. On the other side, the TDP President was spending crores on his deekshas launched to highlight the centre's failure in fulfilling the promise of special status to Andhra Pradesh.  It was Chandrababu Naidu who sailed with BJP led NDA for four years and snapped ties officially with Centre on the pretext of  injustice meted out to the state. Unofficially, the CM  was maintaining secret understanding  with BJP. Nominating BJP leader and Maharastra minister's wife as TTD member exposed Chandrbabu's double standards in pursuing the politics in the state.

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