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Chalasani say’s BJP diluting powers of States

Chalasani say’s BJP diluting powers of States

As BJP Prejudiced treatment of regional parties shows its ulterior reason

Pratyeka Hoda Sadhana Samithi for Andhra Pradesh convener Chalasani Srinivas on Thursday blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP leader Amit Shah for diluting the powers of the States and interfering with the regional gatherings. Chalasani cited the examples of the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu and the Telugu Desam Party, addressing the media here he said Modi and Mr. Shah had set their sights on the 2019 general elections and their step motherly treatment of the local parties clearly indicated their ulterior reasons.

However Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is part of the NDA he is never declaring himself to get the promised Special Category Status or the package as assured by the Central govt in the AP Reorganization Act and he also found fault with YSR Congress president Mr. Jagan Mohan Reddy for not conference Amit Shah and Mr. Modi in receiving the schemes for the improvement of the State as said.

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Throughout his visits to New Delhi he only favored to talk about Naidu transgressions Srinivas said and he urged Chandrababu to initiate talks with Telangana Chief Minister KCR on separation of fixed assets in Hyderabad and though the Ultimate Court has clearly stated that the fixed assets be divided based on the populace ratio Naidu is yet to inductee the process with his Telangana complement he said as per the report.

As said Visakhapatnam should be the HQ of the railway zone and similarly he said a railway shop should be set up in Guntakal as it would take care of the employ opportunities of the Rayalaseema region and He said the Centre in its place of offering a helping hand was making AP to build its capital city Amaravati, as officially out.

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