21
Thursday
March 2019
10:01 PM IST
News Headlines
Soldier killed as Pak army violates ceasefire along LoC in Rajouri        SAFF Women C''ship: Indian women thrash Bangladesh 4-0, will face Nepal in finals        Theresa May seeks Brexit Day delay, EU demands new vote        Nirav Modi arrested in UK; court remands him in custody till March 29        Mayawati won''t contest LS polls, but says still possible to become PM        Samjhauta blast case: Swami Aseemanand, 3 others acquitted        Not playing is not the solution: Ganguly on workload management        IPL schedule: KKR gets relief, to play all home matches at Eden        Rupee pauses after 6-day rally, slips 43 paise against US dollar        Jaitley dubs '108 purported economists' as compulsive contrarians        Sack 3 ministers in Imran Khan's govt for supporting banned outfits: Bilawal        Pak court mulls options for recording Musharraf's statement in treason case        HC takes note of 'dearth' of special education teachers in Delhi schools        Cong-JDS to campaign jointly, vow to reduce BJP to single        Mamata lashes out at BJP for questioning her religion        Jet pilots threaten to stop flying from Apr 1, set Mar 31 deadline on bailout, salaries        Congress will restore special category status to Arunachal and other NE states: Rahul        We think about the future: Sasi Tharoor        No riots in UP since BJP came to power: Adityanath        Congress finally picks Muraleedharan for Vadakara        
Home   | Main News   | Kerala  | National   | International  | Business   | Sports   | Entertainment   | Columns   | Offbeat   | Health   | About Deepika 
National News
Chandrababu Naidu Lashes Out At PM Modi, Says Country Wants Change
 
(VIJAYWADA, Jan04, 2019): A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi trained guns on him, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today hit back saying the entire country wants change at the Centre.
Claiming that the anti-NDA wind is blowing throughout the country, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President said BJP-led NDA would surely bite the dust in this year's elections.

Addressing a public meeting at Guntur, Mr Naidu once again made a scathing attack on PM Modi saying he betrayed Andhra Pradesh.

During a video-conference with BJP workers on Wednesday, PM Modi had lashed out at TDP government and Mr Naidu, accusing them of corruption. He claimed that Andhra Pradesh was looking for a change as people were deeply angry with the present political leadership.

The TDP chief said PM Modi went back on all the commitments made to Andhra Pradesh after bifurcation of the state. He said PM Modi was attacking him as he was demanding the Centre to fulfill the promises.


On PM Modi's criticism for joining hands with Congress, Mr Naidu said he was trying to divert people's attention from failing to accord special category status to the state and provide assistance for developing new state capital.

Mr Naidu said BJP had done more injustice to Andhra Pradesh than Congress. On Polavaram irrigation project, he reminded PM Modi that it was previous Congress-led UPA government which declared it a national project.

"He is saying that he has given Rs. 7,000 crore for the project. The state has to get another Rs. 74,000 crore," said the Chief Minister.

On suspension of TDP lawmakers in Lok Sabha, Mr Naidu said they were not afraid of suspension and would continue to fight for justice for the state.


Mayawati won''t contest LS polls, but says still possible to become PM
Samjhauta blast case: Swami Aseemanand, 3 others acquitted
HC takes note of 'dearth' of special education teachers in Delhi schools
Cong-JDS to campaign jointly, vow to reduce BJP to single
Mamata lashes out at BJP for questioning her religion
Acid attack uncivilised, heartless crime, does not deserve any clemency: SC
After Mayawati, Akhilesh asks Cong not to spread confusion
Sawant sworn in Goa CM, allies extract pound of flesh
No alliance with Congress in Delhi: AAP
Goa Archbishop condoles Parrikar's demise
Ex-top court judge Justice PC Ghose tipped to be country''s first Lokpal
Will work for Congress, ensure party candidate''s victory from Ernakulam: KV Thomas
Cong stalwarts opt out of the LS polls contest in Kerala
If voted to power Congress will fill all govt posts lying vacant: Rahul
CPI hopeful Left parties will perform well in LS polls
Priyanka to kick off Cong''s poll campaign in UP on Friday
Shocker defection: Sonia''s former aide Vadakkan deserts Congress, joins BJP
Cong snub to BSP: Priyanka Gandhi meets Bhim Army chief
BJP seals alliances in Northeast, aims 22 LS sea-ts
Polls will sound ''death knell'' for BJP, end Modi''s ''reign of fear'': Mamata
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Gwyneth Paltrow hasn't quit acting
 Los Angeles: Gwyneth Paltrow says she has not bid adieu to acting. The actor, who was last seen in "  
Shooting complete for 'The Sky Is Pink'
Maisie Williams to star in thriller 'The Owners'
Swara Bhasker turning producer
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Theresa May seeks Brexit Day delay, EU demands new vote
 London: British Prime Minister Theresa May wrote to the European Council on Wednesday seeking a "sho
Sack 3 ministers in Imran Khan's govt for supporting banned outfits: Bilawal
Pak court mulls options for recording Musharraf's statement in treason case
Musharraf admitted to Dubai hospital after reaction from rare disease : Party
KERALA NEWS
We think about the future: Sasi Tharoor
 Kottayam: We, the Congress party thinks about the future, says Sasi Tharoor MP. We stand for the you
No riots in UP since BJP came to power: Adityanath
Congress finally picks Muraleedharan for Vadakara
I always stand for the principles and ethics I believe in: Sasi Tharoor MP
Untitled Page
Rashtra Deepika LTD
Copyright @ 2019 , Rashtra Deepika Ltd.