Alleging that Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu was trying to deny permission for the proposed Yadava Garjana Mahasabha near Guntur on March 3, Telangana Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav today said that he would move court if the AP government denied permission to the public meeting.
Talking to mediapersons at the Secretariat, Yadav said that the AP police were creating hurdles for the meeting at the behest of the Chief Minister, and accused Naidu of trying to thwart the Yadavas from holding a community pride meeting, for cheap politics.
"We did not hamper meetings of any groups or associations in Telangana, and the AP government should give us permission for our Yadava Garjana meeting in Guntur. Else we will approach the courts," he said. He added that anyone could hold a meeting in any State across the country, and that the Yadava Sabha would be conducted on the roads if the AP government declined permission.
Yadav also alleged that Naidu had tried his best to get him defeated during the recent Telangana Assembly elections from the Sanathnagar constituency.