Kanna Lakshminarayana Hits Out At Chandrababu

Kanna Lakshminarayana - Sakshi Post

Guntur: Andhra Pradesh BJP president, Kanna Lakshminarayana flayed TDP governance under Chandrababu Naidu saying that the ruling party leaders were involved in call money and sex rackets. The AP BJP chief said that TDP men were into activities like stealing slippers and coconut shells from the Kanaka Durga temple.

Kanna Lakshminarayana also took objection to the unparliamentary language used by TDP leaders and added that they had in the past, protested on this count. When Chandrababu is being criticised by the caretaker Telangana chief minister, K. Chandrashekhar Rao, it has become a talking point among the ruling partymen, he said. What about the AP chief minister's criticism of PM Narendra Modi, he asked.

Kanna cautioned the TDP leaders to mind their language. He pointed out that TDP MP CM Ramesh had abused BJP national spokesman GVL Narsimha Rao in the foulest of language on live television. The indiscriminate looting of AP resources by TDP leaders had gone to their head, he said. The AP BJP chief likened the behaviour of TDP leaders to that of people picking coins thrown at dead bodies.

Kanna Lakshminarayana accused Chandrababu Naidu of trying to blame the Centre for his own failures and malgovernance. Chandrababu is trying to use even a natural calamity to make political capital out of it.

The AP BJP chief once again posed five questions to the chief minister:

1. Are you ready for a probe into the illegal mining at Palnadu?

2. Is it not true that thousands of crores of projects have been awarded to CM Ramesh at a higher value?

3. Is it not a fact that you had asked ministers Adinarayana Reddy and to split illegal money among themselves?

4. What is secret behind handing over training programmes of unemployed youth, estimated at Rs. 480 crores, to private companies?

5. Why are you trying to incite people of the state when IT raids are conducted?

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