New Delhi: CPI National Secretary Narayana has made sensational comments on the Chief Ministers of the two Telugu states - Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The CPI leader has criticized AP CM Chandrababu Naidu's stand on the Special Category Status (SCS) issue. He has also found fault with the decision-making of Telangana CM KCR.
Narayana has questioned Chandrababu on TDP's continuation in the NDA alliance after pulling out the ministers from the central ministry. "Chandrababu took four years to realise that the BJP is doing injustice to the state of Andhra Pradesh. I urge Chandrababu to fight for the SCS with the help of all political parties. Even if the BJP gives special package to the state, there is no time left to spend all the funds," he said.
Speaking on the recent ruckus that happened in the Telangana Assembly, Narayana said, "KCR's government resembles the Nizam's rule. It is unfair to suspend Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, Jana Reddy. The CM is trying to suppress the opposition parties. It is not a good sign when the Parliament gets adjourned too often. We will unite all political parties to fight against the BJP. The CPI Core Committee meeting that is to be held between April 25 to 29 in Kerala will discuss this issue," he added.