‘Operation Garuda’ might be true to agitate Andhra, says Naidu


Andhra Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu expressed the anxiety and concern that ‘Operation Garuda,’ the one which the Telugu actor Sivaji claimed as a humongous threat to Andhra Pradesh, might be true going by the alleged attempts made by the BJP to destabilize the State.

Moreover, Naidu said that he is observing how YSR Congress and Jana Sena Party are also assisting the BJP to implement its political agenda in the State.

Apart from criticizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the promises made to the State, Naidu also said that the Congress was taught a befitting lesson for callously playing with the sentiments of the people of A.P.

Chandrababu also recalled that the PM has earlier promised to extend full support for the construction of Amaravati but, the Central government pumped in the mammoth funds into the Dholera city and his home State Gujarat.

In addition, the BJP went even tried to create ruckus for A.P. government by raising controversy on the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) through its former chief priest Ramana Deekshitulu, whose demand to institute a CBI inquiry into the case of missing diamonds and jewellery was a part of the game-plan to deteriorate the image of TTD, Mr. Naidu added.