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Updated On 29-11-2018 07:41:45 ISTUpdated On 29-11-20182018-11-29T02:11:51.952Z29-11-2018 2018-11-29T02:11:45.823Z - 2018-11-29T02:11:45.827Z - 29-11-2018
Lately, Telangana caretaker chief minister has criticized the chief minister of Andhra Pradesh for taking undue credit of building Hyderabad.
N Chandrababu, however, has responded to this criticism by saying that he never claimed to have built Hyderabad but took credit for that fact that he had a major contribution in the development of Cyberabad.
While addressing a gathering at Vizianagaram for the Dharma Porata Deeksha, Chandrababu said that he had worked very hard to develop Cyberabad tha way it is today.
It took a lot of effort to bring Raheja Mindspace, Hyderabad's International Airport, Microsoft, Indian School of Business, and many other MNCs to Cyberabad.
Chandrababu also said that KCR is a product of TDP. There would have been no KCR without NTR. Naidu was also quick to take credit of the education sector in both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. He said that the sector had done well in both states because of him.
KCR had also questioned Chandrababu's intention of contesting elections in Telangana even after bifurcation to which Naidu responded by saying that he would be answering to that question during his election campaign.
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