Former chief minister and Telugu Desam Party supremo N Chandrababu Naidu wanted his successor to fulfil the TDP’s promises. Chandrababu Naidu had a meeting with the MLAs where he discussed various issues including the party’s role in the Assembly.
The former chief minister raised objection to the new government’s plans to probe into all contracts that the TDP government had executed. He also raised objection to Jaganmohan Reddy’s plans to review the decisions of the previous government and said that such a move would create fear among the people, contractors and investors.
Chandrababu Naidu, while speaking about the initiatives of the new government towards the farmers, observed that the fourth and fifth instalments of the loan waiver to the farmers was not implemented and wanted the new government to implement it. He asked chief minister Jaganmohan Reddy to take up the loan waiver of the TDP government and complete it. He said that the TDP government had paid three installments to the farmers in the last five years and fourth and fifth installments were still to be paid. The TDP government could not pay these two installments due to the election code, he said and wanted the YSR Congress government to complete it.
The TDP chief also met visitors to his house who have come from various parts of the State. They shared their grief of TDP’s defeat and expressed concern over the new government’s decisions to review TDP’s rule. They also complained to Chandrababu Naidu that several developmental works were stopped and the investors were not showing interest to come to the State. They also feared that the existing investors would also run away from the State, if TDP is not in power.
But, Chandrababu Naidu promised them that he would play constructive opposition role and instil confidence among the people and the investors as well.