Addressing the media here on Tuesday, he said that if TDP MPs resigns on the day when Parliament is going to be prorogued, the entire country will know about injustice done to the State by the Centre. The TDP MLAs were protesting against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Centre's unyielding stance over granting special category status to Andhra.
Naidu, however, said he would visit New Delhi on 2 and 3 April to meet leaders of various political parties and seek their support for the state's fight for its rights.
In an unprecedented move, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday played chunks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speeches before and after winning elections on the big screen especially put up inside the state Assembly, before attacking him and the Centre for not granting Special Status.
YSRCP district political coordinator Majji Srinivasa Rao, youth wing State general secretary Avanapu Vijay and senior leader Rongali Potanna said that the SCS was a life and death issue for five crore people of the State and discussion on the subject should not be delayed.
BJP national spokesman G V L Narasimha Rao hit out at the Chandrababu Naidu government on use of central funds, alleging that the utilisation certificates submitted by the state were "fake" as they lacked specific details. Hence we informed them that our party cannot fight along with TDP for SCS.
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The issue of the Federal Front that's being talked about was not on the TDP chief's mind yet, he said.
"The so-called all-party meet should have been held three years ago when the BJP was trying to get away from fulfilling its promise of granting SCS to AP", he said.
About the all-party meeting the chief minister convened yesterday, Rao said it was nothing but the TDP's effort to "cover up its mistakes".
It quoted the employees' organisations as saying that they would work extra hours in "Japanese style" to register their protest.
He pointed out that as contributors of the tax revenue, the states have the right to funds from the Centre.