A day after Prime Minister of India has trained guns on, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu hits back today and said that the entire country demands for change at the Centre.

Citing that the anti-NDA wind is blowing throughout the nation, The TDP (Telugu Desam Party) Chief and BJP-led NAD would bite the dust in forthcoming 2019 General Elections.

While addressing a public meet at Guntur, Mr. Naidu once again mocks at PM Modi and added that he has betrayed Andhra Pradesh.

On Wednesday, during a video-conference with BJP workers, PM Modi mocks at TDP government and CM Naidu, alleged them of corruption. He further claims that Andhra Pradesh was desperately looking for a change as the people were angry with the present political leadership.

CM Naidu said that PM Modi went back on all the commitments made to the state after bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. The TDP Chief also claims that he wants the Centre to fulfill the promises.

On PM Modi’s criticism for joining hands with opposition Congress, CN Naidu said that he tried hard to diver people’ attention from failing to accord special category status to Andhra Pradesh and has offered assistance for the development of new state Capital.

He further claims that the BJP had made more wounds to the state than Congress. Over Polavaram Irrigation Project, CM Naidu reminded the Prime Minister that it was previous UPA governments’ initiative, which declared it as a National Project.

The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister said that “He is saying that he has given Rs. 7,000 crore for the project. The state has to get another Rs.74000 crore.”

On suspension of TDP MP in the Lower House, CM Naidu said that they are afraid of suspension and would desperately fight for justice for Andhra Pradesh and its development.

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