Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday said that he did not leave behind the people hailing from Seemandhra region and have been taking steps to ensure their protection in Hyderabad.
Addressing TDP-BJP combine meetings in Patencheru, Kukatpally and other wards, Naidu said Hyderabad belongs to everyone who lives here. He also praised TRS for changing its stand towards settlers and said people from others regions had played a major role in development of Hyderabad.
Naidu claimed that it was during his regime that Hyderabad city got a new identity. Besides construction of Hitec City, the TDP regime improved city’s infrastructure and brought it on par with other international cities. He said that the victory of TDP-BJP combine in GHMC elections was essential to continue the development process. He alleged that the previous Congress regime and present TRS rule have pushed the city in backward direction. City’s revenues were badly hit and Hyderabad’s professionals lost their significance at the global level, he said.
He said that the TDP-BJP combine has a clear cut vision on the development of Hyderabad and it would implement the same to restore the city’s lost glory. He also alleged that conspiracies were being hatched to weaken the TDP in Telangana State. However, he said that the party would strengthen its base in the State and play the role of an active opposition. (INN)