Even as Andhra Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has been claiming that the residents of the state are satisfied under his party’s rule, but his visit to Srikakulam district once again proved that the reality was far from what he is claiming it to be.
In what should be seen as a wake-up call, the TDP chief, who was in Tettangi village in Srikakulam district on September 11, has to face the ire of the residents.
He was there to launch the ‘Intintiki Telugu Desam’ (ITD) program at Tettangi village in Srikakulam district. During his speech, he claimed that 80% of the state population was satisfied under his rule and so he was confident of winning the 175 seats during 2019 General Elections.
But when the ministers, MLAs and TDP leaders approached people as part of his ITD program, they are being questioned about the non-implementation of various developmental programs or people shared their problems.
The leaders sometimes were even unable to handle the situation and ended up even attacking the people in self-defence.