Kodali Nani serious comments on Chandrababu over AP capital decentralisation
Responding to the 48-hour deadline of TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu’s demand, Minister Kodali Nani asked the former chief minister to resign to his MLA post and contest once again from the Kuppam Assembly constituency. The minister said that Chandrababu is speaking in a state of mental imbalance.
In an exclusive interview, Nani challenged the TDP supremo to ask his MLAs to resign and go for byelections. “If the TDP MLAs retain their seats then the YSRCP government will reconsider the decision on three capitals,” he mentioned. To a question, the minister stated that the Legislative capital will continue in Amaravati.
Tue, Aug 04, 2020, 10:41 AM
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