Telugu Desam party Chief N Chandrababu Naidu will be arriving in Delhi tonight
The BJP spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP G V L Narasimha Rao told Express that the political parties in Andhra Pradesh are competing with each other in conning the people by creating illusionary neglect of the state by the Centre. "This is injustice", Mr Naidu, who held meets with several opposition leaders in the capital, said. Cooperative federalism was not there in practice, the pained chief minister said, asserting that works like the capital city were national projects.
Further stressing on the issue, Naidu said that the judgment of the apex court has made the act "less efficacious".
"Some people are asking: 'Do you have any regrets of leaving Hyderabad after developing it?"
"Every day since I pulled out of NDA, they are flinging mud at me, making some adverse comments on Andhra".
"I joined NDA because Andhra Pradesh needed the Centre's handholding", Naidu said, suggesting that a Joint Committee of Parliament be set up to look into the demands of the state. They feel betrayed by the present stand of the Centre. We were allies, we got elected ... they bitrate us, only to put pressure I raised my voice, my ministers exited the government. We are demanding for execution and implementation of all these things for the past four years, they (Centre) is not doing, that's why now we have withdrew the alliance and ultimately we will move no-confidence motion also. On Wednesday, he met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. "So they want to have alliance with tainted parties and control me, which is not ethical". I waited for four years. On the contrary, the Modi government has gone beyond the commitments in assisting Andhra Pradesh, he added. We also questioned the trustworthiness of the prime minister. We (BJP-TDP) fought together against the Congress and now you are holding meetings with them.
"They are blaming me, saying that they are prepared to give money, but we are not ready to take".
Naidu also accused the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) of reversing Rs 350 crore fund as special assistance to Andhra Pradesh, without any intimation.
He maintained that the bifurcation process was unscientific, irrational and caused serious blow to the fiscal and economic strength and the development opportunities of the State.There were contradictions in the Bill, Naidu claimed. "We don't even attack our erstwhile friends in unfriendly manner", he said. The state was bifurcated in a manner detrimental to Andhra region and taken without any consideration of the future of the state.
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