Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh: In a major development, AP Chief Minister and the President of the Telugu Desam Party Chandrababu Naidu has on Tuesday guided his party MPs to take part in protests supporting ‘Special category status to Andhra Pradesh’ actively. Further, the TDP boss made it clear that the MPs should unite and work in coordination with other party MPs protesting in Delhi for the welfare of the State.
Coming to the details, Mr. Babu through a teleconference with all his MPs, issued a command that all the TDP MPs must unite for the single cause of getting Special category status to Andhra Pradesh. He said that the MPs should even consider working with the opposition, who are protesting for SCS in Delhi for the past few days.
In addition, the AP CM asked his party men to conduct candlelight rallies throughout the State, in support of the MPs protesting in the national capital. The TDP MPs were also asked to raise their voices in both the houses of the parliament, in order to force a discussion on implementing the promises made under the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014.
On the other hand, the AP Chief Minister expressed his displeasure over the Central government for saying no to railway zone in Visakhapatnam. According to the sources, the Central government rejected the proposal of a railway zone for Visakhapatnam on grounds of feasibility. However, political analysts are of the view that the decision could have been politically motivated keeping in mind the interests of BJP in AP.