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Andhra CM Naidu Raises His Voice Again For Special Status

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu replied to Union Minister of State for Home H.P. Chaudhary’s statement in the Rajya Sabha that Andhra Pradesh does not need Special Category Status was inappropriate He said he would address a letter on this issue to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi again.

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Andhra CM Chandra babu naidu Asks for Special Status.

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu replied to Union Minister of State for Home H.P. Chaudhary’s statement in the Rajya Sabha that Andhra Pradesh does not need Special Category Status was inappropriate He said he would address a letter on this issue to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi again.

“The Centre should grant special status to Andhra Pradesh but also should extend financial support to Andhra Pradesh”. NCBN said in a public meeting in Visakhapatnam on Saturday evening.He also said that “The centre must be aware of injustice done to Andhra Pradesh and will put a lot of pressure on Union government and will write a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi again.

NCBN lashed out at Jagan saying that he is creating obstructions for development of the state by charging allegations without any bases on issues such as Pattisemma project,Construction of capital city Amaravathi,Vizag Greenfield International Airport at Bhogapuram and other projects such as Fibre grid. He also said that he went to Delhi around 30 times for getting funds and will work committedly for the state’s development.

The polavaram project will be completed by 2018 and he is in touch with Union Minister Uma Bharti on this issue and requested her to release funds for swift construction of project.He also said that the state did not receive complete deficit budget.

Superstar turned politician Pawan Kalyan tweeted on special status issue to Andhra Pradesh yesterday. He said that exactly two years back Congress divided the state in a haphazard manner by kicking the MP’s and throwing MP’s outside the parliament.

Jagan also lashed out on NCBN that he sold out state’s interest to the centre. Now TDP MP’s and cabinet ministers are openly announce in parliament that Andhra Pradesh foes not require special status.

CPI state secretary K Ramakrishna said Left parties would hold a meeting in Vijayawada on May 2 2016 to discuss out the future course of action on special status issue.

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