AP CM Chandrababu Naidu refrained from making any comments on the Union Budget in the presence of Media all these days. Finally, He broke his silence on the crucial matter related to the state after 17 days.
During the public meeting at Kakani in Guntur District, Chandrababu Naidu said: ‘AP was in dire state post bifurcation. We formed alliance with BJP only in the best interest of the state. Whereas, There are no proper allocations for Andhra Pradesh in the Union Budget. We are demanding Centre to fulfill all the promises of AP Reorganisation Act 2014’.
Though he told pressure will be mounted on Union Government for getting justice, Chandrababu hasn’t disclosed what’s gonna be the action plan. There was no mention about Special Category Status either. He didn’t even clarify whether TDP Union Ministers & MPs would resign if Centre doesn’t respond properly during Parliament Session slated to resume from March 6th.
On the other hand, YS Jaganmohan Reddy remained firm on his stand that YSR Congress MPs would submit their resignations on April 6th if Centre doesn’t accord Special Category Status and fulfill promises of AP Reorganisation Act.