The TDP President and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday, hit out at Narendera Modi lead Bhartiya Janta Party government.
Naidu while addressing, "Nammaka DrohamKutra Rajakeeyalapai Dharma Porata Bahiranga Sabha (Fight against betrayal and Conspiracy politics Public Meeting) today in the coastal city of Vizag, said that BJP is resorting to conspiracy politics by colluding with the corrupt party (YSR Congress) and a puppet party (Jana Sena).
Naidu also hailed the victory of JDS in neighbouring Karnataka and scheduled to attend the swearing in ceremony of HD Kumaraswamy on Wednesday.
The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister alleged that BJP led central government is trying to take over the famous Lord Balaji temple in Tirupati by issuing orders by the archeology department.
"When people resisted this move, BJP government stepped back. Now, they resorted to a new conspiracy. To defame me and the state, BJP leaders called Ramana Deekshitulu (ex- chief priest of Tirupati Balaji temple) to Delhi and are using him for spreading baseless allegations. Alleged Naidu.
CM said that Everything in Tirupati temple is being run as per traditions and fairly. There is no truth in 'missing pink diamond' allegation.
"Many committees in the past have clarified that it was ruby and not diamond," said Naidu.
Furious over the charges, Naidu said that whoever defames Lord Balaji will have to face Gods punishment in their present lives.
CM also hit out at Opposition YSR Congress party and alleged that both BJP and the opposition party leader YS Jagan has colluded with each other and is creating atmosphere of fear in the state.
"They are creating fear among people by spreading baseless rumours on social media that children kidnapping gangs are roaming in the state," alleged CM while warning people that Opposition will resort to many such tactics in the future to defame him and the state.
He also pointed out that how Common man is still facing problems due to demonetisation and Modi lead government has not been able to solve these. Chandrababu Naidu also said that GST was not being implemented properly.-IT