Not inducting KCR in cabinet led to State division: Chandrababu

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has said he didn’t give Minister post to K Chandrasekhar Rao due to wrong estimation leading to State division.

In a special interview to a section of media here, Chandrababu said, “We cannot re-write the history sometimes. But we can review the history. KCR had good relations with me. We used to stay together. But K Vijayaramarao was a good leader. Vijayarama Rao was in the party since long years. He was also worked with CBI and so that we gave Minister post to Vijarayarama Rao. We didn’t give Minister post to KCR due to wrong estimation”.

“Some issues in the history will not be in our hands. Some of them were only in our hands. Some will not be imagined. We cannot do if we think in that manner. We have taken several persons as ministers. We have not taken some others. We cannot re-organise anybody if we think that something will happen in every issue. We have to take correct Judgment. It was a small mistake. I faced several challenges in 1999. There were no rains. I overcame from all problems. I made then Andhra Pradesh State to walk on developmental path. The united Andhra Pradesh State remained as most important State in India. The then foundation had become path to the development. Unimagined development could have taken place if we won 2004 elections. But that time, break was applied against us. The leaders, who came to power in 2004 destroyed the State”, he stated. (NSS)