YSRCP dares TDP to move no trust motion

YSRCP dares TDP to move no trust motion - Sakshi Post

Alleging that TDP has a tacit understanding with Congress at the State and Centre, YSRCP spokesperson Vasiredy Padama has dared N Chandrababu Naidu to move a no confidence motion on the opening day of the Monsoon session of Assembly.

Speaking to media here on Monday, she said; “The recent meeting of the TDP President with Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh raises doubts that the main opposition Party in the State is working in tandem with the ruling Congress.”

We have seen such unholy alliances during the nomination of Information Commissioners, during the recent by-polls and on many other occasions. “The allegation of TDP leaders that our Party will merge with Congress is ridiculous. We have given a rejoinder in the strongest possible terms and have successfully fought the false propaganda unleashed by some vested interests,” she said.

It is TDP, which has been working with unison with Congress while we have been in the forefront of the battling problems ever since our Party was formed. “If the TDP wants to justify its anti-Congress image, the Party should move a no-confidence motion in the ensuing assembly session and we will support it. People will know who is on which side of the fence,” she said.

Some inaccurate reports have been circulated, deliberately or otherwise, about the YSRCP, but it had made its stand loud and clear has emerged as an unrivalled political force in the State and will play an important role at the Centre in the days to come, she predicted.

Brushing aside TDP allegations that YSRCP has been using the media to further its political cause, Padma said, “Political Parties that have no public support rely heavily on slanted reports and biased media. The mandate our Party got is evident from the recent by-polls”.

Recalling a recent report about corporate funding of political parties, she said that the TDP and Congress were the major beneficiaries in the state according to the study. The YSRCP spokesperson said that the disclosed amount itself runs into Rs 50 crores in case of the TDP and demanded a probe into the functioning and funds-flow of NTR Trust of which N Chandrababu Naidu is the sole custodian.


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