BJP national chief spokesperson Ram Madhav today alleged that there was "Hitler rule" in Andhra Pradesh.
Participating in a dharna organised by the BJP in Vijayawada seeking justice for the Agrigold victims, Madhav criticised the TDP government for adopting a lenient attitude towards the conspirators of the scam, and demanded that the government reveal the names of persons involved.
He said that the Agrigold victims had come to Delhi and sought the help of the BJP, and that the party had decided to extend support to them and ensure justice for them.
Madhav also said that the TDP leaders had been levelling baseless charges against the Central government for everything, and were asking the Centre to fulfil "meaningless" demands. All of this was a ploy by the TDP government to divert the attention of the public from its own failures. He said that Prime Minister Modi was committed to the development of Andhra Pradesh, and that the NDA government had given adequate funds during the last four years to AP.
Madhav also said that there was a "Hitler rule" in Andhra Pradesh, with the state government intimidating and describing as betrayers those who were questioning the failures of the TDP government.