Andhra Pradesh: TDP Chief questions CM over outcome of Delhi visit

Andhra Pradesh: Former Chief Minister and TDP National President N. Chandrababu Naidu challenged Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Wednesday to explain to the people what he had accomplished during his recent journey to Delhi, according to a press release.

Naidu inquired about the Chief Minister's request for Special Status, Polavaram finances, the Visakhapatnam railway zone, and the Vizag Steel Plant's security. He also inquired if Jagan Reddy possessed "any bravery to inform the people about his accomplishments."

The TDP chairman demanded an unconditional apology from the CM for his "all-round failures on the restructuring pledges" during his valedictory address at the party's State level assembly today. "Jagan Reddy, who spoke of bending the necks of the Centre before the elections, was now bowing to Delhi for his own personal favors at the expense of the future of Andhra Pradesh," Naidu claimed.

The TDP's leader also said that the YSRCP had gained power ""After getting to power, they began stealing all of the State's resources," he continued, "by bluffing and fooling the AP people." Farmers, rythu coolies, construction workers, students, DWCRA women, employees, traders, and people from all walks of life have been betrayed."

The TDP leader further claimed that Rs. 4 lakh crore in loans had been brought in just three years, adding that "The vast majority of these large loans went to Jaganmohan Reddy's personal family treasury rather than the public purse. This government has not even provided the CAG with accounts for tens of millions of dollars. If they provided welfare, the CM should specify how much was supplied to specific groups of needy people."

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