TDP president and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu today reacted sharply to the comments
made by his Telangana counterpart K Chandrashekar Rao against him.
Addressing mediapersons today after releasing the 8th white paper on his government's performance, Naidu said that KCR had crossed all the limits of decency in using abusive language against him, and was making completely baseless allegations. He warned KCR that he would file four cases against him for every one filed against him (Naidu).
Naidu alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, YSR Congress Party chief Y S Jaganmohan Reddy and the Telangana CM had ganged up against him. He dubbed Narendra Modi as Senior Modi, KCR as Middle Modi and Jagan as Junior Modi.
Referring to KCR's warning that he would also meddle with politics in Andhra Pradesh, Naidu said that KCR was free to contest elections in AP and advised him not to play a hide-and-seek game in the state.
Reacting to KCR's comments on the political coup that took place in 1994 to dislodge the then Chief Minister late N T Rama Rao, Naidu alleged that KCR was one of the main proponents of the coup, and that KCR with him at the Viceroy hotel during the proceedings.
Responding to the statements of KCR on the division of the Hyderabad High Court, Naidu said that it was he (Naidu) who had welcomed the decision to bifurcate it. He said that he had only sought a one-month time to complete the shifting process.
Naidu also claimed that agriculture sector in the state had witnessed more growth under his leadership than it had witnessed in Telangana under KCR's rule.