Choose Between Stone Era of YSRC Rule and Golden Era of TD Rule, Naidu Urges People

KURNOOL: Telugu Desam chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu has accused the YSRC government of deliberately cancelling major projects in Kurnool and Nandyal districts.

Addressing the Ra Kadaliraa programme in Allagadda of Nandyal district on Tuesday, he cited the Telugu Desam's contributions to the development of districts through road, rail and air connectivity projects.

He asked the ruling party to list the projects, if any, it brought to the region and asked the public to choose between the stone era of the YSRC rule and the golden era of the Telugu Desam rule in AP.

Expressing confidence that the TD-JS alliance would win all the seven Assembly segments in the Nandyal Lok Sabha constituency,

Naidu said the five-year YSRC rule saw the poor becoming poorer and the youth turning jobless.

Regretting that the ruling party has destroyed the state, Naidu said irrigation projects and several developmental works were initiated in AP during the TD rule. “If the proposed Mega Seed Park at Nandikotkur had been taken up, seeds from AP could have been supplied worldwide. The textile park at Yemmiganur, for which the foundation was laid by TD government, also did not progress in the last five years,” he lamented, and said TD founder the late N.T. Rama Rao did a lot for Rayalaseema.

Maintaining that an airport was built at Kurnool, the runway at Kadapa was extended and Tirupati airport was promoted as an international airport during the Telugu Desam rule, he urged the public to reflect on how the TD developed the region across various sectors.

The former chief minister suspected that attempts are being made by this government to illegally occupy the ancestral lands of the people by changing land records after the Title Deed Act comes into force. He also promised to complete all pending projects in the region and do justice to the Anganwadi workers soon after he returned to power.

Former minister Bhuma Akhila Priya also addressed the gathering.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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