17-11-201917-11-2019 12:03:44 IST
2019-11-17T06:33:44.960Z17-11-2019 2019-11-17T06:33:26.341Z - - 10-04-2020
Andhra Pradesh Endowments minister Vellampalli Srinivas lashed out at TDP and Janasena for misleading people on the ongoing sand crisis, religion and government's decision to introduce English medium.
The minister was addressing a press conference in the party office when he stated that the Janasena and TDP were running propaganda to divert people's attention from the welfare activities of the YCP government.
"It is unfortunate that Opposition Leader N Chandrababu Naidu and Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan are trying to ignite religious sentiments by making false allegations against the government and the Chief Minister," he said.
Stating that these were desperate attempts from TDP, Srinivas mocked Chandrababu Naidu's 'failed Sand Deeksha' which was given a miss by 15 of his own MLAs. Claiming that Naidu is losing support from his own MLAs, Srinivas said that a number of TDP leaders are now seen knocking the doors of other parties. "There are reports that Naidu is planning to merge his party with the BJP. He has been making baseless allegations against Chief Minister Jagan that he was allowing propagation of other religions at Hindu religious places," the Minister added.
The Minister also warned that the government would not hesitate to take criminal action against people who make false allegations.
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