Naidu warns Jagan not to speak as he likes

A P Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said the government would give a clarification and reply if questions are raised as per the rules of the House.

Speaking on the condolence resolution introduced to the House on the suicides committed in support of special status to the State, the Chief Minister warned the Opposition against speaking what they like without control. He asked where was Jagan hiding when the AP bifurcation decision was taken? The Centre has agreed to accord special status to the State for five year on the demand of Venkaiah Naidu. Referring to Jagan’s demand for resignation of ministers, Naidu said power was not important to them while Jagan has lust for power. He also turned tables on Jagan saying due to his conspiracy only the State was divided. Naidu further alleged that Jagan hatched a conspiracy to escape from the cases filed against him.

“Jagan wanted to do politics by misleading the House. People’s welfare is important to us and the people have rejected YSRC because of its conspiracies”, Naidu thundered. (NSS)