Naidu has belief in Imran Khan, not in our PM: Shah

BJP national president Amit Shah after Darshan in Tirumala on Friday. TTD photo
Taking exception of the observations made by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu exonerating Pakistan from the Pulwama attack and suspecting the hand of Prime Minister Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday said that Naidu has crossed all limits by believing in what Pakistan is saying. Naidu sought the resignation of the PM taking moral responsibility of the attack.
 
“There are limits even in politics. How can Naidu believe that there is no role of Pakistan in the dastardly attack by Pak sponsored terrorists, killing our Jawans and suspect the BJP, a party known for its firm stand against cross border terrorism,” asked Shah while addressing senior party cadre in Rajahmundry of East Godavari district in the state. He also unveiled a party office in the rich coastal town.
 
“The people of this country will give a right answer to you. Because you have fallen to such a low level that you are backing Imran Khan,” Shah said. He even attacked Congress for politicizing the issue. “BJP and particularly the Prime Minister stood behind the armed forces and extended our moral support to them in these five years,” the BJP president said.
 
Shah also said that the BJP led BDA government has fulfilled 90 percent of the promises made to the state created by an Act of the Parliament in 2014.

“I wonder why Naidu is going to Kolkata and taking part in Dharnas with Mamata Didi whereas it was he who has taken a U-turn. He has shook hands with the very Congress that divided the state,” he said.
 
Attributing the frozen relations between the centre and the state to rampant corruption in Andhra Pradesh by Naidu’s government, Shah said that the funds released by the Modi government for the construction of Amaravati and Polavaram project were diverted and were usurped by the TDP government. He said that the Modi government has established 20 national institutions in the state and also helped in the expansion of several airports. “In all the centre is spending Rs 55, 475 cr in the coastal region alone of the state, Shah added.

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