Naidu demands stern action in Amalapuram incident
Published on Jan 26, 2012 8:12 am IST

Condemning the desecration of Dr B R Ambedkar’s statues in Amalapuram, Telugu Desam president N Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday demanded that the State Government take stern action against the culprits.

Speaking after unfurling the national flag at the NTR Trust Bhavan to mark 63rd Republic Day celebrations, the TDP president said that desecrate of statues of freedom fighters should not be tolerated. He called upon people to observe restraint and help the police and administration in maintaining peace.

Naidu said that the present generation has been living a comfortable life due to the sacrifices made by the martyrs and freedom fighters of yesteryears. He appealed the people not to forget sacrifices made by freedom fighters.

Stating that the TDP would strive to make agriculture profitable avocation, he said that his party would make efforts to achieve corruption-free and poverty-free society if comes to power. He said that the TDP had the vision to involve every citizen as a prime stake holder in administration to make it more transparent.

Naidu said that Andhra Pradesh was at the fore front of development and welfare activities and had become a role model for the nation in the realm of sacrifices and path breaking initiatives for adaptation of technologies for human resource development.

Alleging that the Congress government had been controlled by the mining, sand and liquor mafia, he called upon the youth to fight to bring in a good government which should be accountable to only the people.

Senior leaders including T Devender Goud, MP Nama Nageswar Rao, former minister T Srinivas Yadav, and others leaders were present in the programme. (INN)


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