Centre Threatening to Impose President’s Rule in Andhra, Says CM Chandrababu Naidu


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Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu Monday asserted on Monday that the Center was compromising to force President’s Rule in the state at the same time, he stated, no one would be cowed somewhere near such dangers.

He asserted Prime Minister Narendra Modi was a “negative pioneer” under whose initiative the nation was relapsing.

Tending to a video chat with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) pioneers, he assaulted the leader and the BJP, saying that they had done nothing uncommon for Andhra.

“They state one Union clergyman will go to the express each week. What great have they improved the situation the state? Over it, they are issuing dangers that President’s Rule will be forced in Andhra Pradesh. There is no one here to be cowed somewhere near their dangers,” Naidu said.

Alluding to the restriction gatherings’ rally in Kolkata two days prior, the TDP boss said it denoted the start of the finish of tyrannical principle and offered certainty to the general population of the nation.

“We will hold a comparative rally in Amaravati in which pioneers of 22 gatherings will partake,” Naidu included.

The TDP boss lashed out at his Telangana partner K Chandrasekhar Rao and YSR Congress president Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, saying they were working under Modi’s bearing.

The TRS and the YSRC were plotting to make second thoughts among the retrogressive classes with the goal that they are removed from the TDP, he claimed.

He said the regressive networks ought to unitedly ruin such endeavors.


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