'Cases against agitators in Seemandhra will be withdrawn', says CM designate Chandrababu Naidu
May 28, 2014 - Hyderabad
The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister designate Nara Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday announced that all the cases booked against agitators in Seemandhra during the agitation to keep the State united will be withdrawn.
The second and last day of the two day Mahanadu, the TDP Chief addressing the gathering also urged the Telangana government also to withdraw cases against agitators in the region. He is set to take the reins of the State on June 8 as the Chief Minister declared that he would turn Seemandhra into Swarnanahdra. He assured that steps would be taken to check the prices of essential commodities and added that market intervention fund would be created in this direction.
Focus would on to end poverty and corruption and said that the fruits of the development should reach the common people. In this end in view, he said that he would work as a coolie No.1 and would see tears of joy in the eyes of the common man instead of pain.
Stop provocative remarks
Chandrababu Naidu charged the TRS leadership for their provocative remarks and said that TDP would strive for the development of the two regions. He urged them not to resort to divide and rule policy and added that even if the State was divided, the Telugu people should be united. He faulted the TRS leadership's remarks on Polavaram project. He wanted the TDP leadership on Telangana should be vigilant and said he would stand by them in all issues.
Contest in six to seven States
In a bid to get recognition to the party of national party, Chandrababu Naidu said that TDP would contest in six to seven States in the next general elections.