Giving a predictable spin to the upcoming Andhra Pradesh Assembly elections after the IT Grids incident, AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu today said that the elections would in effect be between Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and the TDP, and urged the people to decide whether they wanted TDP rule or KCR rule in the State.
He also alleged that the TRS, the YSR Congress Party and the BJP were in cahoots and hatching conspiracies against the State with the sole intention of destabilizing the TDP government.
Speaking to the media, Naidu said that the seed behind the conspiracies against the State was sowed some weeks back in New Delhi. He claimed that YSRCP leader Vijaya Sai Reddy was the main brain in the political game, and that the conspiracies hatched by the three political parties had come to light with the admission of Telangana IG Stephen Ravindra that they had conducted raids on the IT Grids office when the FIR was filed in the case on March 2. Naidu wondered how raids were conducted even before the filing of an FIR.
Naidu alleged that KCR had done a lot of injustice to Andhra Pradesh, including obstructing the release of funds meant for the State.
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