Naidu says Centre `conspiracy’ against him, seeks national support

A day after an attack on leder of opposition YS Jaganmohan Reddy at Visakhapatnam airport with a knife by a youth turned into a political turmoil, as BJP and others targeting guns against his government, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu arrived in New Delhi with a mission to garner support from various non-BJP parties. Alleging that Narendra Modi government resorting to “conspiracy” against his government, since he had quit NDA.

He wondered that how BJP cry foul with in halfen hour of attack on Jagan Mohan Reddy and Governar ESL Narasimhan had directly called AP DGP RP Thakur enquiring about the incident, with out consulting him and also Jagan who had left Visakhapatnam after first-aid to a Hyderabad hospital for treatment. “All this shows well-designed conspiracy to create law and order problem in AP, by which want to bring President rule”, he alleged. He also said “had myself and DGP are not alerted they could have achieved their target”.

He also strongly objecting dozens of IT officials conducting raids in the state against those are working with the government or some TDP leaders. “As long as I am part of NDA, no such raid was conducted, but after my departure how sequence of raids are being conducted”, he asked. He is suspecting Centre may resort to conduct raids on him too.

Detailing Modi government’s tirade against him, for the simply reason asking to fulfill promises given to his state, Naidu meeting several leaders in New Delhi. First, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Loktantrik Janata Dal chief Sharad Yadav met him at Andhra Bhavan. Later, we went and met

His move is also seen as an attempt to garner support against BJP ahead  of the run-up to the next year’s Lok Sabha polls.Talking about the meeting Kejriwal tweeted that they discussed national issues and agreed that the present BJP government is a threat to the nation and to the Constitution. He is expected to meet Left leaders, besides some other.

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