BJP leaders talk vulgar, will speak to them in same tone: Chandrababu Naidu

Feb 5 2019 10:41AM


Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has rubbished the allegations levelled by the BJP that West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee is blocking its rallies in the state.
Chandrababu Naidu said the BJP leaders behave "vulgarly". "Nobody is blocking anyone (in West Bengal)," he said.
"If you behave vulgarly, then they have to attack," Naidu was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.

Chandrababu Naidu said he faces the same problem in Andhra Pradesh. He said he has no option but to counterattack. "They [BJP leaders] have even gone to Andhra Pradesh. They are talking as they like. [If they do this] then I have to attack, I have to use the same language," he said.
Chandrababu Naidu's comments on the BJP come a day after BJP president Amit Shah called him a "greedy and opportunistic" person.
"For his [Chandrababu Naidu's] opportunistic and greedy behaviour, people of nation are calling Chandrababu Naidu as 'U-turn chief minister'," Amit Shah said while addressing a rally in Andhra Pradesh.

Shah said Naidu has "betrayed" the people of Andhra, "time and again", to remain in power. Meanwhile, responding to Amit Shah, Naidu on Monday said the BJP is responsible for the problems of Andhra because it did not honour its promise of granting it a special status. "I requested them. I begged them,"he said.
On the situation in West Bengal, Naidu said: "We [opposition parties] are all together to save this country and protect democracy. There is an attack on democratic institutions."

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