Narendra Modi will explain Centre’s help to state, says Kanna Lakshminaryana
BJP state president Kanna Lakshminaryana said that the state party unit had invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to thank him for sanctioning funds for various projects and developmental works in the state and for fulfilling the assurances made in the AP Reorganisation Act
Guntur: BJP state president Kanna Lakshminaryana said that the state party unit had invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to thank him for sanctioning funds for various projects and developmental works in the state and for fulfilling the assurances made in the AP Reorganisation Act.
He garlanded the portrait of late prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpyee on the occasion of his 94th birth anniversary celebrations held in the BJP state party office here on Tuesday.
Speaking on this occasion, Lakshminarayana reminded that the Modi government sanctioned Rs 7,000 crore for the construction of Polavaram irrigation project and solved problems relating to this project facilitating its construction.
“The Centre is setting up All India Institute of Medical Sciences at Mangalagiri town which will start OP medical services soon, sanctioned funds for the construction of buildings in the Acharya NG Ranga Agriculture University, released funds for the construction of state capital Amaravati, flyover bridge at Vijayawada and other bridges and Gannavaram airport development during the last four-and-a-half years,” he explained.
He said they had invited Narendra Modi on behalf of people of the state to express their gratitude to him for his help to the state. The state BJP chief alleged that the state government was diverting the funds released by the Centre to other schemes and was resorting to irregularities and carrying out false propaganda against the Centre.
Urging the people make public meeting to be addressed by the Prime Minister on January 6 in Guntur city a grand success, he asserted that Modi was extending full cooperation for the development of Andhra Pradesh.
Recalling the greatness of Vajpayee, Lakshminarayana said he had become prime minister with his own effort and worked for the development of the country even when h was in opposition. He remembered that Vajpayee got appreciation as best Parliamentarian and took initiative to conduct Pokhran nuclear test to send a strong message to the enemies of the country.
Earlier, Lakshminarayana and party state in-charge Sunil Deodar visited site at Budampadu, the venue of Prime Minister’s public meeting on January 6.