Naidu Claims Credit For Developing Hyderabad
The AP CM, during his election campaign for the TDP in Telangana, said that it was he that had created Cyberabad and made Hyderabad popular globally.
Hyderabad | 29th November 2018
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP president Chandrababu Naidu, who is campaigning in Telangana in support of his party candidates for the upcoming Assembly elections, appealed to the people to vote for the Congress-led alliance (the Praja Front) of which the TDP is a part if they desired development in the state.
Addressing a road show in Serilingampally, the AP CM reiterated that his contribution to the development of Hyderabad was noteworthy. He clarified that he had never claimed to have constructed Hyderabad and Charminar, but that he had developed Cyberabad and made Hyderabad's name popular throughout the world.
Listing out the work done during his tenure as the Chief Minister of undivided AP, Naidu stated that all the stadiums, the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and the Shamshabad airport were developed under his regime, and that over one lakh youth got employment due to the development of Cyberabad.
Naidu reminded the public that even TRS leader K T Rama Rao had once appreciated his (Naidu's) work for the development of Hyderabad.
Responding to KCR's allegations that he was thwarting the development of Telangana, Naidu pointed out that KCR had failed to fulfill his 2014 election promises including giving out one lakh free double bedroom houses and distributing three acres of land to every dalit family among others, and asked if he (Naidu) had stopped KCR from fulfilling those.
He said that there were only two fronts in the country - the BJP front and the anti-BJP front - and asked KCR to be specific about which one he beloneged to. Speaking about KCR's reluctance to be part of the anti-BJP front being created, he dubbed the TRS as the B-team of the BJP.
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