Naidu makes fun of Sonia’s ‘3 sons’
Naidu Makes Fun of Sonia’s ‘3 Sons’, decision to divide the state.Naidu Dialogues on Sonia. TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu who...
- Naidu says they are Jagan, KCR and Kiran
- Jagan is ‘Adopted Son,’ KCR ‘Hired Son’, while Kiran Kumar is ‘Useless Son,’ he quips
- Cong dividing AP only to weaken TDP
TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu who has of late been honing up his skills in delivering punch dialogues on Monday said that the AICC president Sonia Gandhi has three sons to help her implement the CWC decision to divide the state.
The three sons, according to him, are Y S Jaganmohan Reddy who is the “adopted son”, TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, a “hired son” and Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, a “useless son.” Naidu made these remarks while delivering the inaugural speech at the two-day brain storming session for Telangana TDP leaders at NTR Trust Bhavan. He said the ‘Congress had chopped off its own legs and was standing with the support of YSR Congress and TRS ever since it took the decision to bifurcate the state. In the Seemandhra region, Congress created ‘hatred’ towards the party and diverted its vote bank to YSR Congress party
In Telangana, the ruling party knew that despite granting T state, it would not get the full electoral benefit and hence it has roped in TRS. AICC in-charge of state affairs Digvijay Singh’s statement that the TRS would be merged with congress after bifurcation and KCR’s endorsement of the AICC General Secretary’s remarks had clearly shown that the Congress had colluded with TRS, Naidu quipped. In case of Jagan, the party softened its stand and helped Jagan to get bail for ‘votes and seats, he alleged.
Lashing at KCR, Naidu questioned the TRS leader’s contribution to the development of Telangana. KCR never fought on people’s issues and did not even visit the flood affected districts in the T region, instead the TRS leader indulged in politics of blackmail and exploited the T sentiment, Naidu said.
Reiterating his demand that the GoM should invite the stakeholders of both regions, the TDP Supremo alleged that the Congress conspired to weaken the TDP.Calling upon the rank and file to effectively counter the Congress machinations he said TDP winning the elections was a ‘historical necessity’ for the state.
Naidu said that TDP was not against T state but wanted equal justice for all regions. He said if TDP comes to power in 2014 elections in the State it would prevail upon the centre to construct a ‘ghat’ in memory of the former Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao in New Delhi.