Chandrababu Naidu requests security from central forces
Chandrababu Naidu requests security from central forces

Mangalagiri: Against the alleged vandalism of the ruling YSRCP mob, TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday requested central forces to protect TDP offices and party workers in the wake of the "planned and politically motivated" attacks by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. He regretted that the ruling YSRCP gangs and the mob rioted the TDP offices without any reason and physically injured the opposition workers during the violence.

Union minister Amit Shah reportedly assured of looking into the matter and asked to make a formal police complaint about the attacks. He also assured the TDP offices and leaders of the central agencies to ensure security. The TDP chief spoke to the Governor over telephone on the YSRCP attack and explained how the ruling party carried out the reprehensible attacks. TDP national general secretary and MLC Nara Lokesh condemned the attacks and accused the chief minister of oppressive and sadistic rule on the people. TDP workers will not be afraid of these attacks and they will fight against YSRCP repression with renewed vigor. He said the local police did not take any action to stop the ruling party's mob.

TDP leaders asked whether the people of Andhra Pradesh were living in a democracy or a lawless police raj. Ever since the YSRCP came to power, AP has seen constant attacks on all democratic and constitutional institutions. TDP state president K Atchannaidu termed the YSRCP's attacks as a "fascist act" that would pose a major threat to democracy. Jagan Reddy should resign from his post. He said that the Chief Minister and his cabinet should take responsibility for the latest vandalism and riots by the YSRCP mob.

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