Chandrababu Naidu hit back at Amit Shah, People will close doors for BJP

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu during a roadshow in Hyderabad on Dec 3, 2018.
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu during a roadshow in Hyderabad on Dec 3, 2018. (Photo: IANS)

Chandrababu
Naidu hit back at Amit Shah, People will close doors for BJP

New
Delhi/Amaravati, Feb. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu
today hit back at BJP President Amit Shah, saying people will close
their doors for his party.

The Telugu
Desam Party (TDP) chief reacted strongly to Shah’s remark that the National
Democratic Alliance (NDA) has closed its doors forever for him.

“Amit
Shah is speaking as if somebody is asking him to open the doors. Nobody is
asking him. They should remember whom they approached in 2014,” Naidu said
alluding that BJP leaders came to him for an alliance.

Naidu was
reacting to Shah’s comments made earlier in the day during a public meeting in
Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh.

“This
highhanded and egoist behavior is not good. Where was he (Shah) before 2014.
What is his history. I can speak a lot but will do it at an appropriate
time,” Naidu said.

He said BJP
betrayed people of Andhra Pradesh and that was why TDP came out of NDA.
“When we are asking what they have done for the state, instead of replying
they are attacking and threatening us. We are not the one to be afraid,”
said Naidu.

The TDP chief said he would visit Kolkata to express solidarity with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who was on a sit-in to protest against the Centre.

Accusing the
BJP was misusing institutions to reopen old cases to target its political
opponents, he termed this as a threat to democracy and said democrats should
condemn and rise against this.

Naidu was in
the national capital to submit a representation to the Election Commission
along with leaders of other non-BJP parties.

Stating that
going back to paper ballot is the only way to save democracy, Naidu said since
there was no time for this, they urged the Election Commission to audit at
least 50 per cent of EVMs with corresponding VVPATs in all
constituencies.

Naidu’s main
political rival in Andhra Pradesh and YSR Congress Party President Y.S.
Jaganmohan Reddy was also in New Delhi on Monday to meet Chief Election
Commissioner.

The TDP
chief lashed out at Jagan, as the leader is widely called, for the allegations
that he (Naidu) was promoting police officers of his caste with an eye on the
elections. “In my 40-year-long political career I have never seen such
cheap politics,” he said.

Naidu alleged that Jagan was trying to create rift among different castes for electoral gains.

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