Once again, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has openly expressed his dissatisfaction over the union government led by Narendra Modi. Chandrababu speaking at Nellore said that Union Government is not helping to the bifurcated state in any manner.
Speaking at a higher officials meeting organized at Nellore Naidu said that AP situation was worse than Jammu Kashmir. Naidu said that his government fulfilled wishes of all the higher officials and asked them to work for improving the state's income in different ways.
CBN said the funds granted to the state are only sufficient for paying employees' salaries and maintenance of the government.He questioned from where state will get the money to launch development activities.
Babu said he will soon meet Narendra Modi over the "raw deal" meted out in the Union Budget to AP state which is reeling under the impact of bifurcation. As per reports Naidu is also planning to call on Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Delhi to inform about the injustice meted out to AP in the Union budget.
Naidu announced that TDP govt has removed all the cases on employees and students which was imposed during Samaikhyandra agitation.