Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chnadrababu Naidu. Photo/File
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chnadrababu Naidu. Photo/File

Narendra Modi a big menace for country, Jagan for Andhra: CM Naidu

ANI | Updated: Mar 27, 2019 17:12 IST

Kurnool (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Mar 27 (ANI):  Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi and YSRCP chief Jagan Mohan Reddy a "big menace" for the country and Andhra Pradesh, respectively.
Addressing his party workers via teleconference, he said,"(Prime Minister)Modi is a big menace for the country. Same is Jagan for Andhra. Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, K Chandrashekhar Rao (Telangana CM) and Jagan Mohan Reddy are hatching conspiracies as they are afraid of defeat." 
Naidu claimed that his "rivals" were taking revenge as they were not able to stop development in the state in the last five years.
"KCR and Jagan Mohan Reddy are unable to digest the development in Andhra Pradesh in the past 5 years. As they cannot stop the development, they are indulging in wrong practices," he said
Accusing the BJP of misusing and damaging institutions in the country, Naidu said: "BJP is a potential danger for the existence of institutions. This is a question of life and death for democracy." 
Commenting on the Vivekananda murder case, he claimed that conspiracies are being hatched to bury reality.
"In Vivekananda murder case, conspiracies are being hatched to bury the reality as they are afraid that criminals will be exposed," he said.
Calling Jagan an expert in "Guerilla form of war", he said, "Jagan's policy is hit and run. He is an expert in Guerilla kind of war. His bad habit is to hit from the back and run away."
"Yesterday Jagan was not seen in the campaign. YSRCP's second leader, Vijaysai Reddy was also not seen. That means, they might be planning some conspiracy," Naidu said.
The TDP chief urged party workers to "save" the state with "all their might" and prevent the imminent danger.
Andhra Pradesh will go to polls on April 11, and counting of votes will take place on May 23. (ANI)

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