‘Government would not remain a mute spectator to protests on SCS’, says Chandrababu Naidu

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

AP Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu reiterated that he would not remain a mute spectator to protests on Special Category Status which have no permissions and wondered whether critics expected him to stop working because of SCS was denied.

Chandrababu said that the government would allow law and order to be disturbed at a time when the Republic Day is being celebrated and investors from around the world are converging on Visakhapatnam for the two day CII partnership Summit.

Addressing a press conference at the Interim Government Complex at Velagapudi on Wednesday, he challenged the Opposition parties to show how much invests have flown into and how many jobs were generated in States which enjoyed SCS. He wanted them to come with evidence on industrial incentives associated with SCS. Let them show the GOs. I will be the first person to fight if injustice is done to the State, he said.

Chandrababu asked the student community and their parents against falling prey to the game plan of vested interests. He said that he failed to understand the link between the Jallikattu issue and the SCS.

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