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Lashing out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, AP CM Chandrababu Naidu alleged that the reason behind proposed federal front by KCR was Modi's jealousy and that KCR was working on Modi's instructions to create obstacles in AP's growth.
Naidu stated that jealous people were coming under the same roof to work against their common goal of stalling Andhra Pradesh in its path of progress.
Naidu was also reported saying that the Prime Minster was afraid that the Andhra Pradesh might cross Gujarat in terms of development. He added that the Telangana Chief Minister is also against Andhra Pradesh while the YSRCP Chief is conspiring with the other two fearing arrest in cases related to corruption.
Naidu also remarked that the three political parties of YSRCP, TRS and BJP are vultures attacking the state. He alleged that they are setting several castes and communities against each other for their political gains. Claiming that the Federal Front was nothing but a B team of of Bharatiya Janata Party. Naidu said that the BJP is running the whole show just to create confusion amongst people and to cut the votes.
Commenting on Jaganmohan Reddy's meeting with KTR in Hyderabad earlier this week, Naidu said that the lack of support from other major parties made TRS stoop down to the level of alligning with the corrupt.
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