Monday , July 23 2018

Chandrababu Naidu: If you don’t like my Rule, don’t use my Roads

Chandrababu Naidu said that he also could give Rs 5,000 for each vote but that was absolutely not his policy.

Chandrababu-Naidu

KURNOOL: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu’s provocative statement on Thursday is initiating heckles to rise. Speaking to a group of individuals who met him at Nandyal district with certain problems, Mr. Naidu stated, “If you don’t like my government, do not take pensions given out by my administration nor walk on the roads put by my rule.”

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Deceptively, the CM told his party leaders “Ask them why they are disappointed in spite of getting numerous benefits from our Government. I will not dither to disregard such villages who won’t vote for us.” He said to his party members to seek votes only on the base of development. Chandrababu Naidu said that he also could give Rs 5,000 for each vote but that was absolutely not his policy. He said that he was dedicated to upholding morality in politics, not like the Opposition parties who dealt in votes.

“Why do you still desire for the money dispersed by unethical political leaders and vote for them? In what way can a 500 or 1,000 rupee note offered by them alter your fortune?” he questioned the Nandyal villagers. Previously, the CM held an assessment meeting at Nandyal and had queried officers to make a plan for the town to alter it to a smart city. In his speech, that also comprised faction politics in Rayalaseema, the Chief Minister stated that he had carried in a new generation of front-runners “as the young leaders are more optimistic than those of our age group.” He also said that he had asked leaders from opposition owing to political compulsions but had tackled problems within the Telugu Desam due to this.

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