Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan today accused TDP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu of having double standards for calling for an all-party meet on Tuesday at the state Assembly over Special Category Status (SCS) for the state.
Kalyan said that by conducting such a meeting Naidu just wanted others to share his sins, and asserted that the Jana Sena would never be part of such meetings which were of "no significance".
"They have pulled out of the NDA and an all-party meeting now will not yield any results," he said, adding that even Naidu was aware of it.
Kalyan also said that had Naidu really cared for SCS, he could have conducted an all-party meet long ago and the movement for SCS would have gained steam.
Kalyan said that he had received an invitation only on Monday night for the meeting which was to be held on Tuesday. Initially the meeting was promoted as an all-community meeting, and later it was decided to include all political parties. He said that his party saw the meeting only as a political move of the TDP.
"Jana Sena strongly believes that this all-party meeting is being held only to mislead the five crore people of Andhra Pradesh, who are in a deep state of agony," he added.
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