Asserting that his party government had alone brought about monumental development in the Telangana region, TDP supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu today said that his party representative would “say what the party wants to say” during the all-party meeting being convened in New Delhi on December 28 on separate Telangana issue.
The former chief minister, who undertook “Meekosam Vastunna Padayatra” in the district on Thursday, made it clear that he never spoke against Telangana and would not talk so in the future also. Stating that the YSR Congress Party was waiting in wings to merge in the Congress as and when the ruling party waived criminal cases against Kadapa MP Jaganmohan Reddy and set him free from the Chanchalguda Jail, Naidu also said that the TRS was also eager to join the Congress at the earliest opportunity.
The former chief minister assured that his party would provide nine-hour uninterrupted quality power to the farmers immediately after returned to power. He also pointed out that the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre had hiked the prices of petrol and diesel for 27 times in a short period contributing to the skyrocketing prices of essential commodities. He said his party would attend the meeting and express its views.
Naidu held a tele-conference with his colleagues on the issue earlier. He asked them not to go before the media and express their views on the all-party meet. He said the party could respond after examining the modalities of the all-party meeting called by the Union Home Ministry. He directed that no one should speak until these modalities were officially announced.
Chandrababu Naidu is continuing his ‘Vastunna Meekosam’ padayatra on the 62nd day on Thursaday, with special pujas in the Saraswati temple at Basara temple town. He would passed through Mylapore, Triple IT and Mudhol. He walked for 15 km on Thursday.