Amaravati: The opposition leader of the state Nara Chandrababu Naidu today warned chief minister of the state, YS Jagan mohan Reddy, that he had seen many leaders like him in his long political career. He asked the CM to be careful while attacking the opposition political party leaders.
Alleging that the state government is insulting him at the drop of hat, he said that he was bearing the insults only because of the people of the state. Referring to his protest act before the podium of assembly speaker, He said that he had gone to the podium for the first time in his over four decades-long political life.
Addressing media persons at the state party headquarters, Naidu said that he had not only developed genome valley but also named it. He also said that he felt very happy after the recent visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the genome valley. Naidu said that the Hitech city developed by him in Hyderabad is now providing jobs to 5 lakh people. He wondered as to what mistakes the state capital Amaravati did. He alleged that the CM was playing games after destroying the state capital.
He also issued a similar warning to the former CM of the state YS Rajsekhara Reddy in the past for making objectionable comments and added that the former CM had withdrawn his objectionable remarks.
Referring to his suspension from the house, Naidu said that the CM had not suspended him and his party MLAs but the farmers of the state. He demanded the state government to provide compensation to all the farmers, who have lost their crops at the rate of ₹30,000 per hectares to paddy, ₹50,000 per hectares to horticulture crops. (NSS)