The winter session of the Andhra Pradesh state Assembly this time has been witnessing a roll of protests and agitations from the main Opposition TDP. The party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu has been leading creative protests alongside his leaders and ministers. On Monday, the former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister was seen walking backwards at the premises of state assembly alleging that the Jagan-led government is pushing the development works in the state in the backward direction. The TDP leaders displayed placards against the government which read ‘Not reverse tender, its reserve tender’.
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Speaking to the media, Chandrababu Naidu said that the tenders were reserved for a few contractors who belong to CM’s community. “We rather call it a reserve tendering taken up by the Jagan government. Jagan and his team have virtually killed Amaravati, the capital city, which was worth Rs 2 lakh crore,” he averred. TDP leaders have recently staged a unique protest taking a dig at souring onion prices and state government’s inefficiency in handling the crunch. The TDP leaders were seen with a weighing scale, with gold on one side and onions on the other.