Naidu visits Gundlakamma project
Kurnool: Telugu Desam chief N. Chandrababu Naidu accused ruling party leaders of having shares in the granite trade in Cheemakurthy and facing problems due to it.
Naidu, who visited the Gundlakamma project in Prakasam district on Sunday, said that the granite contractors did not face any problems during the TD regime. However, he alleged that the Chief Minister and the local MLA have shares in the granite trade and are now facing problems.
He also said that there is no security even for lands in the government and that the gate of the Gundlakamma project was washed away in the floods but no steps have been taken to repair it yet. He added that if the Godavari waters are diverted to Nagarjunasagar Right Canal, the water problems in Prakasam district can be resolved permanently.
Naidu also accused the Chief Minister of minting huge money by steeply hiking the liquor prices. He said that the ruling YSRC leaders are indulging in sand mafia in all parts of the state.
He concluded by saying that he would complete all the irrigation projects after coming back to power and that Chief Minister Y.S. Jagan Mohan Reddy will lose even the Pulivendula assembly segment in the coming polls.