'Badude Badudu': Naidu stages sit-in after police stopped his cavalcade on NH

TDP President N. Chandrababu Naidu staged a sit-in at a tea stall when the police stopped his convoy on the national highway in a bid to prevent him from going to Rushikonda Haritha hill resort.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  6 May 2022 3:26 AM GMT
Badude Badudu: Naidu stages sit-in after police stopped his cavalcade on NH

Visakhapatnam: TDP President N. Chandrababu Naidu staged a sit-in at a tea stall when the police stopped his convoy on the national highway in a bid to prevent him from going to Rushikonda Haritha hill resort.

On Thursday, Naidu undertook a whirlwind tour of Visakhapatnam and Bheemili as a part of the 'Badude Badudu' campaign against increased taxes and current charges

Later, the TDP chief proceeded to Thallavalasa in the Bheemili assembly constituency where he addressed the 'Badude' protest programme. He enquired from the local people about their problems under the present regime in the past three years.

Speaking on the occasion, Naidu asserted that CM Jagan Mohan Reddy has destroyed the state with his greedy policies. "All sections of people were suffering. There was no doubt that the 'one chance' given to Jagan Reddy in 2019 would be his 'last chance to rule AP. Nobody was ready to forgive and spare this atrocious rule any longer," he said.

Naidu said the Chief Minister was making false claims on Amma Vodi though its benefits were not reaching the students. "The TDP regime ensured good education to the youth so that they could go to other countries and work as software professionals. But Jagan Reddy was giving just 'volunteer' jobs with a salary of just Rs. 5,000," he said.

Naidu asserted that under the TDP rule, children of constables and coolies also became engineers. "A weaker section student in the Nuzvid segment used the TDP Videsi Vidya and went to Canada. There he got a job and started earning Rs. 60 Lakh. He was sending Rs. 4 Lakh monthly to his parents. The YCP rule has destroyed all such opportunities for the AP youth nowadays," he said.

TDP chief said his party would surely come to power and strongly punish the ruling YSRCP gangs that grabbed lands and caused destruction in Vizag. "Rushikonda was pounded and pulverized into powder. Who gave the power to this Chief Minister to do this kind of environmental damage? The TDP would not spare anybody once it would form the Government," he said.

Terming mass copying as 'unpardonable', he asked who will give jobs to those guys who cheated in exams. "Would anybody give jobs to such students who would not acquire knowledge but pass exams by the wrong means?" he asked

Naidu asserted that the TDP was reimbursing the fee of 16 lakh students, while Jagan Reddy is giving Vidya Deevena to just 10 lakh students. "Even for copying in the exams, the students were required to get recommendations from the YCP ZPTCs and MPTCs," he said.

Naidu criticized the Home Minister for her comments about mothers with regard to atrocities on girls. "In that case, what comment should be made against the Chief Minister's mother considering his cases and dubious track record," he said

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