Chief Minister Kirankumar reddy lambasted the TDP president Chandrababu Naidu today for his criticism of the congress party and said Mr Naidu can never become the chief minister in his life again.
Addressing a public meeting at Madanapalli in Chittor district, Kiran said a feeling of insecurity has grown in Chandrababu after realizing he would never become the CM again in his life.
“It is very clear from the language he is using. Human beings would never use the words used by him. The language he uses in criticizing others is unbecoming of a person who has served as chief minister for nine years,” commented Kirankumar reddy.
Kiran said the TDP chief had not offered any favours to the Chittor district during his regime as chief minister and would have pledged even the Lord Venkateswara of Tirumala if he had continued as the CM.
Accusing Chandrababu of backstabbing the congress party after enjoying power in the congress government in his initial days of political career, the chief minister said that YSR Congress party chief Jagan was second to back stab the congress after Naidu.
Denying reports that there are differences among him, Chiranjeevi and PCC chief Botsa Satyanarayana, Kiran said Chiranjeevi never demanded cabinet berths for his men for merging his party with the congress. “He only wanted justice to be done to his MLAs,” said the CM. (JUBS)