Naidu gives Chalo Palnadu call, holds public meeting on Sept 11
Andhra Pradesh

Naidu gives Chalo Palnadu call, holds public meeting on Sept 11

Agency News

Vijayawada, Sept 8 : Telugu Desam Party (TDP) national president and former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday given a call to its party cadre to ‘Chalo Palnadu' region, where a public meeting to be held at Atmakuru on September 11 in protest against the attacks on TDP activists.

Mr Naidu, who is the leader of the Opposition in the State Assembly, held a teleconference with the TDP leaders on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, he said that a public meeting would be held in Atmakuru in Guntur district in Palnadu region on September 11. The TDP activists were allegedly attacked in the Palnadu region and now the party has decided to protest and condemn the attacks firmly.

The party would not tolerate such attacks anymore and resist them fittingly, he said, asking the TDP activists not to scare at cases, being registered against them.
"Let us send a message that the TDP is big institution in the State and it has people’s support. We are going to file private cases against the officials, who registered false cases against innocent TDP activists," he said.

Mr Naidu said, "I will stand forefront and I dare you (YSRCP) to register false cases against me. We are holding TDP State legal cell meeting on September 10 in which we discuss with the senior lawyers on how to protect the TDP activist."

The TDP legal cell lawyers would not only provide protection to the TDP activists legally but also take the attacks and registering false cases to the notice of Human Rights Commission (HRC), he said. He asked all the victims of YSRCP party to come to the relief camp being set up in Guntur on September 10.

Lashing out at state CM, he said, "He (Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy) can not resolve the murder case of his uncle (Former minister Y S Vivekananda Reddy). Now he is trying to scare the TDP. They can not carry out politics by intimidating us."
Meanwhile, Chandrababu Naidu came down heavily on the 100 days rule of Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy stating that 17 allied industries of the KIA car factory were shifted to other places from AP as they did not pay “J” tax.

Mr Naidu took to micro-blogging site and tweeted, "Solar panels of a solar power plant were destroyed and the management was threatened at gunpoint during your (Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy) regime. Industrialists described it as YSRCP government terrorism."(UNI)