VIJAYAWADA: Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has asked the party MPs and MLAs to work hard and make the Dharma Porata Deeksha a success on February 11 at New Delhi.
At a teleconference held with partymen on Friday, Mr Naidu said: “When the people and civil society groups are striving hard for the State, the Opposition has indulged in smear politics. The people of the State are vigilant about this. They know who is working for the State and who is working against the State. Dharma Porata Deeksha on February 11 will make it clear for them.”
The Chief Minister has asked the concerned to invite all the parties and organisations, including the Opposition to the event on Monday. He opined that from those present at the event, people will get a more clear idea.
Speaking about the Prime Minister, he said that Narendra Modi had pushed the State into darkness and has been playing on our wounds. He said that the Prime Minister has stooped to a new low-level by calling an alliance of 23 parties as ‘grand adulteration’.
The Chief Minister went on to speak about the legalisation of BC sub-plan and Rs 250 crore provided for Agri Gold victims.
The CM called Mr Modi a juggler of words....