Samineni attacks Chandrababu, says 'Resign and fight the election again'
Samineni attacks Chandrababu, says 'Resign and fight the election again'

Vijayawada: There are many continuous reports about Chandrababu Naidu. Now according to the information received recently, the leader of the YSR Congress Party has targeted the leader of opposition Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Recently, he asked Chandrababu Naidu to resign and then win the election again. In this way, he has challenged Chandrababu Naidu. Indeed, government whip Samineni Udaybhanu spoke to the media yesterday.

During this time he also said, 'No TDP leader in Krishna district is willing to work on the orders and calls of Chandrababu.' Apart from this, he said that, 'Chandrababu has now become the leader of only 19 villages'. Along with this, he also said that instead of living among the people during the Corona period, Chandrababu ran away to the neighboring state and from there are only visible in the zoom meeting. During this time, the YCP leader even said, 'No matter how much Chandrababu agitates, he will not get the support of the people.' In response to a question in a conversation with the media, he said, 'The Center has also made its stand clear in the case of Rajdhani and has also filed an affidavit in the court.'

During this time, he also said that, 'The final decision on the issue of capital will be taken by the state government. For the last 14 months, CM Jagan Mohan Reddy has been running many development programs. During this time, he also told Chandrababu yesterday. Samineni said that, 'TDP chief's condition has become such that even the former TDP MLA and minister is not ready to listen to him.'

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