AP CM Mocks Jagan's Padayatra, Says Walking 8-km a Day is no Big Deal
Stating that there's no sanctity for YSR Congress chief Jagan Mohan Reddy's padayatra, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu ascertained that walking for 8-km per day isn't a big deal. speaking to reporters here on Wednesday, the Chief Minister said that he had walked throughout the state to seek out the ordeals of the people even when his health didn't cooperate. He said that he might win the hearts of the people by mingling with them along with his dedication to serving people. “Is walking 8-km per day known as Padayatra?” Naidu asked.
The Chief Minister additionally attacked the Centre for delivering Jagan attack case to National Investigation Agency (NIA).
“It is against the federal spirit of the Constitution and attack on democracy. It's nothing however intrusive into the state’s powers and rights,” said Naidu. He said that nationwide discussion ought to be persisted the Centre’s deliberate attempts to sneak into the state’s affairs. He said that PM Modi had, in fact, opposed the NIA Act once he was chief minister of Gujarat and making use of the same Act when turning into Prime Minister.
“Tomorrow, NIA might start an investigation against me by charging that I had abused someone,” CM said laughingly.