TDP best qualified for the people’s mandate: Chandrababu Naidu


Amaravathi: Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said the TDP was geared up for the general elections and that it was up to the people to think whether any other party would have performed better than it. He said it was time for the Opposition parties to be made to pay a price for conspiring against the State and called upon the electorate to remember that the Modi government had thrown the bifurcation promises to the winds. Mr. Naidu said he was going to complain to the Election Commission of India in a day or two about the attempts made by some parties to get the names of voters deleted on a large-scale and the alleged theft of data from the IT company in Hyderabad to which the TDP outsourced its party. Addressing media persons at the Praja Vedika, Mr. Naidu reiterated that the TRS and the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) were bent on destabilising the TDP government and they should answer for the multi-pronged attack mounted by them. He took strong objection to the manner in which Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) allegedly meddled in the affairs of A.P. and suggested to the people to be wary of such forces inimical to the State and questioned why the Telangana government continued the litigation in giving A.P. its dues. He said YSRCP president Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy should convince Mr. KCR to write to the Central government stating that he had no objection for giving the Special Category Status.