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NDA doors permanently shut for Naidu: Amit Shah

VISAKHAPATNAM: BJP president Amit Shah on Monday alleged that AP leader minister N Chandrababu Naidu is an ‘opportunist’ and ‘U-turn CM’. “He will again try to knock the doorways of NDA after 2019 elections. But this time the doorways are closed for him for ever,” Shah stated.

The BJP leader addressed a public assembly in Srikakulam at the first day of his excursion of the state. Shah faced opposition from TDP staff in Srikakulam, who staged a protest at Kasibugga space and raised slogans in opposition to PM Modi and Shah.

The BJP leader stated the NDA government has fulfilled 10 out of the 14 provisions specified in the Bifurcation Act of 2014. “Around 20 central educational institutions have already been set up in AP, which come with NIT at Tadepalli Gudem, IIT at Tirupati, IIM and Petroleum University in Vizag, and sanction of round 900 additional medical seats to the state. Even after extending all assist, Naidu has been misguiding folks by means of saying BJP has no longer executed the rest for the state,” Shah stated in Vizianagaram.

Shah stated Andhra folks now have a transparent concept about their ‘opportunist’ CM, who joined fingers with Congress in Telangana and suffered humiliation there. “After suffering a humiliating defeat in Telangana, Naidu has now joined the opposition front. He is U-turn CM and adjustments allies as according to the location. He has more interest in corruption than construction. After welcoming the Centre’s particular package deal, he took a U-turn. His major aim is to advertise his son as CM, but folks will train him a lesson,” Shah added.

Shah, then again, had to cancel his public assembly in Palasa due to poor turnout. Though the organisers placed thousands of chairs, only a few turned up for the assembly in spite of local leaders attempting their easiest to mobilise the public. Palasa MLA Goutu Sivaji, Goutu Sirisha and different leaders were detained by means of the police sooner than Shah’s seek advice from.

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