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Botsa Satyanarayana warns Congress on alliance

24-11-201824-11-2018 03:27:53 IST
Updated On 24-11-2018 03:27:37 ISTUpdated On 24-11-20182018-11-23T21:57:53.702Z21-11-2018 2018-11-20T21:21:13.511Z - 2018-11-23T21:57:37.646Z - 24-11-2018

Botsa Satyanarayana warns Congress on alliance
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The senior party leader of YSRCP leveled several allegations against N Chandrababu and warned all the parties forming an alliance with the TDP to understand the “true state of affairs” in the state.

Satyanarayana has also accused N Chandrababu Naidu of promoting corruption and Nepotism in the state of Andhra Pradesh, and he is also finding unconstitutional ways to set himself free of all charges. He leveled many other serious allegations against the chief minister.

He accused N Chandrababu of favoring few people by giving contracts at exorbitant rates to build a temporary Secretariat in Amravati.

Ajay Kallam, former Chief Secretary of Andhra Pradesh alleged corruption and irregularities by the Chandrababu Naidu government. He claimed that Chandrababu had paid a whopping Rs 11,000 per square feet to construct the Amaravati interim administrative building, and had given Rs 700 crore to a media publishing house in last four years. 

Botsa Satyanarayana also accused Chandrababu of turning the state into a haven for criminals, corrupt people, and tax evaders by withdrawing the consent to the CBI.

Botsa Satyanarayana has warned other parties to look into N Chandrababu's political past and his credentials before forming an alliance with the TDP at such a crucial juncture. He accused Naidu of being an opportunist and would not be loyal to any party ever. He will just bulldoze over them when the time comes. He also accused the chief minister of being a politician without basic ethics.

 

 


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