CBN all set to impress Amit Shah:- Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu joined hands with BJP during the 2015 elections however he seemed to be not much impressed with BJP as they failed to fulfil their promises. He also said, "If figures given under are proved wrong, I will resign to chief minister post", KCR said.
He said that Telangana paid Rs 50,013 crore to the Centre in the form of various taxes in 2016-17 but got only Rs 24,561 crore in return.
Yesterday, questioning the veracity of the figures provided by the BJP national president on the funds given to Telangana, Rao reeled out statistics on the amounts for various schemes the state had received from the NDA government and demanded a apology from Shah.
After former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, BJP President Amit Shah also seems to have landed in a controversy reportedly for eating food prepared by non-Dalits at community lunches with Dalits during his visit to Telangana. Under this year-long campaign, four lakh BJP workers will run door-to-door campaign in 8.5 lakh booths to tell them about the achievements of Modi government.
Rao said his latest survey showed that BJP will not win a single assembly seat as against "five seats won as a fluke in 2014 elections". Shah, who heckled the people of Telangana, should apologise for talking vaguely on the High Court bifurcation, he said.
He said he had plans to set up hightech trauma centres along highways from MPLADS funds.
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"The Centre has given us money, not the BJP".
A senior lawmaker from his party had earlier said that the TRS would support any candidate that the BJP fields for the presidential elections.
The 13 ambulances would cater to the people of 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh and help patients in far flung areas, Suresh Prabhu said on the occasion.
The Chief Minister also recalled that Narendra Modi himself had asked the BJP leadership to make efforts at 100 places across the nation for the cause and welfare of the Muslim Minorities, who are lagging behind in every sphere.
"I am more indebted to TDP workers than to my family members", said Naidu.
Several ministers, MPs, party leaders were present.