Chandrababu Naidu should control his tongue, says YSRc leader

He has to change his language, tone and tenor and he has no moral right to criticise our leader.

Vijayawada: Taking strong objection to the remarks of TD supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu against the party president Y S. Jagan Mohan Reddy, YSR Congress has said that the time had come for TD to shut shop.

Speaking to reporters here on Friday, party Bapatla Parliament coordinator Nandigam Suresh said, “Chandrababu has no moral right to comment on our leader and there is a yawning gap between the two on moral grounds as the TD leader has been a known cheat who goes back on his word while our leader comes from a family that sticks to the stand taken."

He further added, “The copycat that he is Chandrababu Naidu has even plagiarised our slogan ‘Nammamu Babu ninnu nammam’, (We will not believe you Babu) which shows the bankruptcy of TD on all fronts. TD leaders are coming to YSRC in droves and have been telling that they have no belief in Chandrababu Naidu and have been terming him as a person who lacks vision, originality and the qualities to stick to one’s stand.”

Continuing his tirade Mr Suresh said, “He keeps on changing his stand and works for furthering his personal interests and the welfare of his coterie. He has to change his language, tone and tenor and he has no moral right to criticise our leader. He has also lost face in his own party which is the reason why people are leaving the party and this could well be the last elections for Chandababu. During his term he has given over 600 promises and did not fulfil them.”

He should go to people and seek a mandate based on his performance like what Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy did in 2009 but he is still adding to the list of unfulfilled promises which shows that he is an utter flop", he said.

Mr Suresh further said the coming days would see more and more leaders deserting TD and Chandrababu Naidu will be left with nothing to boast about and will continue to seek votes with impracticable promises.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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