All eyes are on CM as on what his decision would be with centre rejecting the grant of SCS.
Amid the growing speculations, Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu said that TD party would take the “right decision at the right time”.
Naidu lashed out at the Centre saying it was “insulting the sentiments” of the people of the state by not honouring the promises made in the AP Reorganisation Act, 2014, and also in Parliament.
Chief Minister has decided to go with whatever it may take for achieving SCS to Andhra Pradesh. He also asked his MPs to increase their agitation at the parliament.
“I know what is in your hearts and also the people’s hearts. There is no compromise in protecting the state’s interests. Let us bear whatever difficulty, but we will take a right decision at the right time,” the chief minister told his party MPs during a teleconference this morning.
“We have to stand by the people and step up our fight to fulfil their aspirations. We are not asking for anything more than that is enshrined in the Reorganisation Act,” he pointed out.
TD party is pressing for three main things-the grant of special category status, an extension of industrial incentives on par with 11 other states and bridging of revenue deficit for 2014-15.