Inferring that YSRC would win the elections, BJP MP GVL Narasimha Rao has predicted that the TDP would taste a massive defeat.
Talking about the indiscriminate use of money, GVL claimed that the Rs 2,000 denomination notes were nowhere to be seen in the State in the past several months.
Lakshminarayana said with the active connivance of those in influential positions in the government, confidential and secure data of voters and residents of the State was leaked to the ruling TDP.
The MP claimed CM Naidu is ready to claim the credit for PM Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is planning a privilege motion against Naidu, Rao added.
Gadkari has shown the mirror to the Congress as it didn't fulfil the promises it made to the people, says the saffron party.
When asked if he had discussed the SIT report on the Visakhapatnam land scam with the Governor, the BJP MP replied in negative.
In a press meet here on Friday, the BJP MP said Naidu should spend money from his party fund if he wanted to go to various places for his political agendas.
BJP national spokesman GVL Narsimha Rao wondered whether TPCC working president Revanth Reddy was a politician or a land dealer involved in land-grabbing activities.
If Naidu doesn’t pay heed, BJP would complain to the Parliamentary Committee on Ethics seeking that he be sacked, he said.
BJP MP GVL Narasimha Rao countered the TDP leaders’ claim that the central government ordered the I-T raids in Andhra Pradesh as the elections were round the corner.
Rao said that all parties, including the TRS, were attacking BJP on a false pretense.
Earlier, Rao claimed the Chief Minister was in fact invited to participate in a private conference organised by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in New York on September 24 and 25.
The motion is against the CM for lying in the House regarding the internal rate of return of the greenfield petrochemical complex proposed in Kakinada.
Speaking to reporters here on Thursday, the BJP MP accused the TDP of colluding with the contractors executing various infrastructure projects in Amaravati.