Chandrababu Has Lost His Mental Balance: Roja

YSRCP MLA RK Roja - Sakshi Post

Tirumala: YSR Congress Party leader and Nagari MLA RK Roja slammed Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and said that the AP CM had lost his mental balance. She said Chandrababu was speaking unrelated things. “Chandrababu needs immediate medical attention and has to be treated at a hospital.” She told it was foolish on part of the TDP Chief to announce that he had not taken a U-turn with regard to Special Category Status (SCS).

Roja asked if the TDP government had not passed a resolution in state assembly saying that AP had got the best Special package which no other state in the country had. People have witnessed who has taken a u-turn. She said it was their party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy who had sustained the relentless fight for SCS to AP, followed by resignations by YSRCP MPs.

Noticing that the sentiment of people was towards SCS, Chandrababu took a u-turn, she observed.

The YSRCP MLA said though the illegal properties were with Chandrababu, while false cases were against YS Jagan. The AP CM was one of the richest CMs in the country, she said and expressed her surprise as to why Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not seize the properties. Roja wanted to know as to why no TDP leader was invited to his palatial building in Hyderabad which he constructed at the cost of Rs 250 crores. "The house was constructed with corrupt money so no body was invited."

She reminded PM Narendra Modi's words on the Parliament about having pacified both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh CMs with regard to Vote for Notes case. "What was the AP CM doing if the Central government had not given Special Package like Bhundelkhand? Why don't they directly question the Central government?"

She further said that they had submitted a memorandum to EO requesting to rebuild the 1000 pillar hall in Tirumala. TTD should be brought under RTI act, she added.

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