YSRCP unable to digest AP's progress: CBN
Kadapa: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday said that the TDP Government was taking the state on the path of progress despite facing all odds.
Speaking at a programme after inaugurating Ethipotal project at Paidipalem in Kadapa district, Chandrababu Naidu said that his government was developing the state on all fronts. After the bifurcation, AP Government has been taking all measures to boost growth of all sectors. He said that Amaravati would be developed as a world class capital city.
The TDP chief came down heavily on the YSR Congress Party accusing it of adopting all strategies to stall state's development. "I'm trying to develop Pulivendula but the YSRCP is not able to digest this fact and are losing its cool. The YSRCP leaders say that they would dump me in the Bay of Bengal. I'm least bothered about their criticism. I have worked as the CM for nine years and was in Opposition for a decade, with my vast experience in administration I will take forward the state," Chandrababu Naidu said.
He said that the YSRCP was not able to digest the fact that the TDP Government was completing Pattiseema and Polavaram and are trying to stall them. Stalling the development of one's own state is not in good terms, the TDP chief advised the YSRCP.