AP CM Begins Nava Nirmana Deeksha In Vijayawada

June 02, 2017 13:02
AP CM Begins Nava Nirmana Deeksha In Vijayawada

AP CM Begins Nava Nirmana Deeksha In Vijayawada:- Starting a Padyatra from Bandar Road to Benz Circle, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandrababu Naidu has started the Nava Nirmana Deeksha.

June 2 is observed as Deeksha day every year. Naidu made some provoking statements and said that today is an unforgettable day in AP history. The way the state got divided was most painful and emphasized the need to rebuild the state, said the AP CM.

As the Telangana State, is celebrating the State Formation Day today, Naidu termed it a “Dark day” in the history of Navyandhra Pradesh. He further cited the example of countries that collapsed in World War II and said that they were rebuilt and are a role model today. The development of Navyandhra should also be done in the same spirit, said Naidu.

The AP CM analyzed that the Congress government boasted that it will build a city better than Delhi in AP. The division of the state was not rational and that there is no point in felling sad, said Naidu.

Further speaking about the Special Category Status, Naidu blamed the recommendations of the fourteenth finance commission. Despite all the issues, the state stands tall in Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) and ease of doing business. He repeatedly said there is a need to improve the per-capita income. Naidu even took the oath that people should remember the damage done by the division and focus on the development.

Throughout the state, the deeksha is being conducted in towns and villages.

The Chief Minister will also participate in the Mahasankalpama programme which will be held at Kakinada on June 8. The programmes will be held at the Vijayawada A Convention Centre from June 3 to 7. Lectures, and debates, followed by cultural programmes in the evening will be held.


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