Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu today blamed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to deliver his own promises made to the state. Starting from today, he will be releasing 10 white papers detailing his government’s performance during last four and half years.
He released the first paper on implementation of AP Reorganisation Act, 2014. Adding that BJP government didn’t even respect the constitution of India, Naidu said that he also showed empty hands to the state and suppressed it.
“We thought that the PM would grant funds for the development of Amaravati when he took part in the bhoomi puja,” asserted Naidu. He also said the centre has not released the money spent by state government in Polavaram.
Naidu further continued that the government allotted lands for all institutions and constructed compound walls. ” A total of Rs 12,000 crore need to be released on revenue deficit gap funding,” the chief minister said.
He also slammed at YSRCP for celebrating TRS victory in the elections in Telangana which opposed special category status to Andhra Pradesh. “Both TRS and YSRCP is diverting public attention from anti BJP government which did greater damage to the state.