Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu will observe a day-long quick on April 20 to protest the Narendra Modi-led central authorities’s refusal to grant particular class standing to the state.
The Telugu Desam Celebration (TDP) president can be staging the protest on his 68th birthday to pressurise the central authorities to meet all commitments made on the time of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014.
His announcement on Saturday got here shut on the heels of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s day-long huger strike on April 12 to protest disruption of Parliament.
“Is it not the central authorities which is answerable for parliament not functioning easily,” requested Mr Naidu.
The second half of the funds session was washed out resulting from protest by numerous events together with the TDP, which sought to maneuver no-confidence movement towards the federal government after pulling out of BJP-led Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA).
Chandrababu Naidu’s resolution to go on a quick got here amid ongoing protests by numerous political events within the state towards the centre for not fulfilling its guarantees.
At a gathering in Guntur district on Saturday, Mr Naidu mentioned there could be no compromise on the state’s rights.
He additionally introduced huge public assembly could be organized at Tirupati on April 30 with the slogan “save the state from betrayal and conspiracy”, recalling that it was in the identical temple that 4 years in the past, PM Modi, because the Prime Ministerial candidate, had promised particular standing however didn’t fulfill it after coming to energy.
Lashing out each on the BJP and the opposition events YSR Congress and Congress, Mr Naidu appealed to individuals to make sure victory of TDP on all 25 Lok Sabha seats within the state. “Tomorrow, the federal government on the centre can be determined by TDP,” he mentioned.He recalled that TDP performed a key function in authorities formation on the Centre previously. “We performed a key function within the Nationwide Entrance, United Entrance and NDA-1,” he mentioned.
The chief minister was talking at a gathering at Sakhamuru in Guntur district after unveiling the mannequin of Dr BR Ambedkar memorial park, proposed to be constructed at a value of Rs 100 crore on 20 acres. Mr Naidu mentioned 125-feet tall statue of BR Ambedkar will come up within the proposed park, which may even have a analysis centre. He vowed to finish the venture in 18 months.