CM Chandrababu Naidu seeks President Ram Nath Kovind intervention for ‘justice’

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu who staged dharma porata deeksha at AP Bhavan yesterday seeking special category status to AP, today urged President Ram Nath Kovind to intervene and do justice to the people of the state.

Leading a delegation to the President, he submitted 17-page memorandum detailing the injustice done to the state by Narendra Modi government. He alleged that Modi’s government failed to protect the interests of AP and neglected implementation of bifurcation assurances.

Earlier, he took out a pada yatra from AP Bhavan to Jantar Mantar in New Delhi along with thousands of supporters. Later, he said they will explore all possibilities to make the Centre do justice to the state. If necessary, he said they will approach the judiciary also.

However, he expressed confidence that after forthcoming Lok Sabha polls a government will be formed that will fulfil aspirations of Andhra Pradesh people. He is sure that BJP will not be able to continue in power.

The Chief Minister said while entire nation extended solidarity for dharma porata deeksha, the YS Congress failed to extend support. He said that though he visited Delhi 29 times, the central govt failed to protect the interests of people.

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