Chandrababu Naidu announces direct fight against YSRCP's rule
Chandrababu Naidu announces direct fight against YSRCP's rule

Amaravati: The time has come for the party to change its attitude, said TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu at the conclusion of his 36-hour diksha at the party headquarters in Mangalagiri. He said that from now on the party will be aggressive against all those who try to attack him verbally or otherwise. He said there was no need to be afraid of false cases being leveled against him to silence the TDP. Naidu said he would set up a commission and see that all police officers who misuse their power would be punished.

He said he would meet the President of India on Monday and submit a detailed memorandum to him with all available evidence and urge him to recommend President's rule in the state. Naidu said the state-sponsored terrorism of the Jagan Mohan Reddy regime will end only when Article-356 is implemented in AP. Hitting out at Chief Minister Jagan, Naidu said he was a man who used his sister to take on the TDP. Now again things are going wrong for him, so he is trying to drag his mother's name in this episode.

The TDP chief said the YSRCP is carrying out targeted attacks on all sections from opposition TDP leaders to general public, employees, farmers and constitutional institutions like the courts and the Election Commission. He demanded that a CBI inquiry be ordered into the latest attack on the TDP office. He said that the police did not register a case or arrest anyone, but on the other hand, arrested the party spokesperson Pattabhiram. He said that the State Government is completely dependent on the liquor mafia, drug peddlers and miscreants to carry out their crimes and atrocities on all sections of the people. But, TDP did not remain silent and will continue its fight for dharma and justice.

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