Hyderabad: AP Chief Minister and TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu today said Hyderabad revenue has increased due to the works he had taken up during his rule in United Andhra Pradesh government.
Participating in election campaigning in support of Mahakutami candidate Anil Kumur in Musheerabad assembly constituency, Naidu criticized functioning of KCR government while addressing road meetings at Ramnagar, Musheerabad crossroad and so on. Naidu said 165-km long outer ring road around Hyderabad city was cleared and metro train project was sanctioned when he was chief minister. The city was developed with a vision and there was no city in the country compared to the developed Hyderabad, he said.
Taking a dig at KCR, Chandrababu said the TRS party released three manifestos in fear of defeat. KCR and Modi adopted opportunistic politics, he said, adding that he never involved in intimidation politics. Naidu said the Praja Kutami would fulfil its promises like Rs 3,000 stipend to unemployed youth and recruitment of one lakh jobs.