TDP has finally “woken up” to the needs of Andhra Pradesh says Jagan Mohan Reddy

Jagan Mohan Reddy, president of YSR Congress today stated that the party of TDP has “woken up” to the requirements of the state of Andhra Pradesh by issuing a notice for a no-trust vote against the Modi government regarding the issue of special status to be given to the state.

His comment on the issue came after the TDP called it splits with the NDA following the denial of the Centra to give the state of Andhra Pradesh Special Category Status (SCS).

Moreover, Thota Narasimham, the TDP leader today issued a notice in the Lok Sabha to get the no-trust vote moving today.

Calling the decision of TDP to be a “win for democracy”, Reddy claimed that his party would carry on fighting for Special Category Status for the state of Andhra Pradesh.

Mr. Jagan said in a tweet, “After 4 years of relentless struggle and fight by YSRCP with people’s support for Special Category Status; finally, the nation, including @ncbn’s TDP wakes up!”

He stated that even if they were steered by political pressure, the TDP had to again follow the lead of YSRCP of moving a no-trust vote against the Centre for not granting special status to the state.

Reddy said in another tweet, “Win for democracy & people of AP. YSRCP will continue to fight for SCS, the rights of the people of AP.”

Earlier, the main opposition party in the state of Andhra Pradesh desired to move the motion on 21 March, however, after getting clear signals that the Lok Sabha may be adjourned ahead of its stipulated schedule, it called the shots for moving the motion today.

The TDP, as a matter of fact, had declared to extend support for no trust vote and zeroed on getting it moving it today.

Clearing his stand on this Chief Minister and TDP President Chandrababu Naidu by way of teleconference said, “Supporting a no-confidence motion moved by a thieves’ party (YSRC) will send wrong signals to the people. Hence, we should move a motion on our own.”

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