Botsa blows Babu’s argument to pieces

Botsa blows Babu’s argument to pieces - Sakshi Post

In his first ever presser after joining YSRCP, senior leader Botsa Satyanarayana made a scathing attack on Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu for his attempt to drive a wedge between Telangana and AP to side track the Cash for Vote scam.

Here are the highlights of his presser at the Lotus Pond office of YSRCP:

  • The CM, who ascended to power by swearing to protect the constitution, has spoken in the heinous most possible manner. He has never said that the voice in the Cash for Vote audio was not his. None of his supporters have said it was not Chandrababu’s voice.
  • Chandrababu should clarify whether it was his voice or not. In other states, ministers have resigned on similar allegations. He should resign his post, prove his innocence and come back to power through flying colours.
  • The TDP has even stooped to criticize the governor, under whose over all leadership its government is in existence in the AP.
  • Chandrababu Naidu and the TDP are trying to divert the attention by making it an Andhra vs Telangana issue. How can the common man feel proud under such corrupt chief minister? The chief minister has even used words like autonomy, which is highly objectionable. He is part and parcel of India and cannot claim to be autonomous.
  • The heads of the governments should neither indulge nor incite street fights. What kind of message is he trying to send to the officialdom and the common man? The common man of AP is not simply ready to bear the cross for Chandrababu Naidu.
  • YSRCP is strongly protesting against this attitude of the Chief Minister. Hence, it is organizing protest dharnas at all district headquarters in the state. Chandrababu should get a feedback about how the people are resenting his actions. He has shown that he is a better actor than his father-in-law NT Rama Rao. His histrionics were in full flow at the Maha Sankalp Rally of Monday.
  • We challenge him to prove his innocence and not mortgage the interests of the state for his own personal benefit.

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