Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was frustrated as there were no takers for his federal front, and this was getting released in the form of vituperative language, Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu said.
Reacting on KCR’s bitter verbal attack in Vijayawada Naidu took strong objection to the “crass” and “undignified” language his counterpart employed against him.
He said he was not worried about the note for vote case. “If he (KCR) books a against him in note for vote case, I will have to book a case on tapping of Andhra chief minister’s telephone,” Naidu warned.
Naidu described KCR as Middle Modi and YS Jaganmohan Reddy as little Modi. He dared KCR and Modi to contest the 2019 election as an alliance of Modi,KCR Jagana and Pawan.
Modi, Naidu said, was using KCR to destabilize Andhra Pradesh.
“All verbal attack is happening because KCR’s federal front failed to take off in West Bengal and Odisha. KCR is frustrated,” Naidu said.