Kurnool: Andhra Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) state president Dr Sake Sailajanath got here down closely on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the guarantees given on the time of bifurcation of the state. Taking part in a protest staged in entrance of the get together workplace right here on Friday, he mentioned that the state has meted out nice injustice in Modi interval as he neither fulfilled the bifurcation guarantees nor sanctioned particular packages introduced to backward Rayalaseema area and Uttara Andhra.
Sailajanath expressed shock over Jagan Mohan Reddy authorities making grand preparations for welcoming Modi, who did nice injustice to the state. The PCC president mentioned that Modi didn’t stand by his guarantees given to the individuals of Andhra Pradesh. Actually, the BJP authorities was accountable to implement the Particular Class Standing accorded by the Congress get together.
Sailajanath mentioned that Jagan has vowed to the people who he’ll convey SCS to AP if he was given sufficient variety of MPs. What occurred to the assurances given to the individuals of AP, he requested and demanded Jagan to reply to the individuals of AP. He mentioned the individuals had been in a state of confusion about Pawan Kalyan and his speeches.
It is rather shameful that not one of the leaders in AP have the center to query Modi together with Jagan. He requested the leaders to not less than ask Modi concerning the rightful calls for of AP. Sailajanath mentioned that the Congress authorities has established nationwide corporations which now Modi authorities was handing over to company our bodies.
Modi ought to publicly announce Amaravati to be the state capital. Sailajanath demanded Modi to satisfy all the guarantees given in bifurcation act to the individuals of state. Previous to addressing the protest, he together with different get together leaders paid floral tributes to Moulana Abul Kalam Azad. Kurnool DCC president M Sudhakar Babu, Okay Sathyanarayana Gupta and different get together leaders had been current.