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GVL slams Chandrababu for being absent in time of crisis

18-12-201818-12-2018 15:01:54 IST
Updated On 18-12-2018 15:01:39 ISTUpdated On 18-12-20182018-12-18T09:31:54.835Z18-12-2018 2018-12-18T09:31:39.439Z - 2018-12-18T09:31:39.442Z - 18-12-2018

 GVL slams Chandrababu for being absent in time of crisis
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BJP MP GVL Narasimha Rao condemned the comments of Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu over the attack on YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy. 

GVL found fault with Chandrababu's attempts to downplay the attack on a leader by making comments in bad taste. While addressing a press conference in Vijayawada yesterday, GVL said, “It is shameful on Chandrababu's part to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Congress leaders while the State was battling a severe cyclonic storm. Whenever the State is in crisis, Chandrababu travels to some other place.”

GVL further said, “The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) would suffer the same fate as Telangana in Andhra Pradesh elections too. The TDP is not a national party; it cannot make progress outside Andhra Pradesh.” He added, “The TRS won the elections because of Chandrababu’s campaign.”

GVL demanded to know the scheme of utilization of the Centre's disaster management fund of Rs 1,247 crores, which was allocated for a period of three years. Talking about recently held assembly polls, GVL said, “Despite not winning seats in Telangana, the BJP improved its vote share in Telangana. However, the results in Chhattisgarh were disappointing. The BJP will do very well in the Lok Sabha polls.”

Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu attended the oath-taking ceremony of newly elected Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath. Many have been taking a dig at Naidu for attending the ceremony, while Andhra Pradesh is in a crisis.

 

 


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