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BJP working to topple Naidu as CM, says Kanna

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Published Feb 3, 2019, 7:18 am IST
Updated Feb 3, 2019, 7:18 am IST
Andhra Pradesh and would start a bus yatra on February 4 and asked the BJP cadres to make the public meetings successful.
AP BJP president Kanna Lakshminarayana
 AP BJP president Kanna Lakshminarayana

Vijayawada: AP BJP president Kanna Lakshminarayana has affirmed that BJP will continue its fight against the Telugu Desam till it could remove AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu from power. He conducted meetings with district party presidents, secretaries, executive body members in Guntur on Saturday. He claimed that Mr Naidu had come to power with the help of BJP and recalled that Mr Naidu may have been forced to remain in the opposition without the BJP’s help in the 2014 elections.

He said that the party was all set for the BJP Praja Chaitanya Bus Yatra under which the BJP would campaign against the corruption and illegalities of the ruling TD government, including the large-scale corruption in the Polavaram project.

 

Mr Lakshminarayana said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had started 126 social welfare schemes to uplift the people and had allocated funds for rural development in India. He said that the Prime Minister had introduced one market and one nation programme for the benefit of farmers and announced `6,000 as aid for farmers who had two hectares of land.

He said that PM Narendra Modi would address a gathering from the ‘Jana Chaitanya Sabha – Satyameva Jayate’ at Guntur on February 10 and February 16 at Visakhapatnam, hence the leaders had started a campaign to make the programme successful. He further said that BJP national president Amit Shah would also tour Andhra Pradesh and would start a bus yatra on February 4 and asked the BJP cadres to make the public meetings successful.

BJP MP G. Ganga Raju, state general secretaries Satyamurthy, Shyam Kishore, Suresh Reddy, vice presidents T. Nagabhushanam, D. Sambaiah and others participated in the meeting.

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