Ousted TDP senior leader Motkupalli Narasimhulu slammed Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday before heading to Tirumala. The leader recieved a rousing reception at Tirupati's Renigunta airport.

Speaking to media, Narasimhulu said that he entered politics after drawing inspiration from late politician NT Rama Rao. "I had served people for over 30 years and worked for  development of the party despite its struggles in the initial days," he said adding that the chief minister had betrayed him.

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He also came down heavily on AP chief minister calling him a traitor. Narasimhulu also said that Chandrababu was suppressing poor in the state.

Later, the senior former TDP leader said that in the next elections, youth should come into power. He also fumed at the fact that Chandrababu had convinced YSRCP MLAs to  migrate to his party by offering them a whopping amount not to mention minister posts.