HYDERABAD: TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu has said that it has been proved the TRS and YSRC had clandestine agreement in Telangana. "We have been telling that TRS and YSRC had secret understanding. With YSRC chief Jagan Mohan Reddy stating that his candidates will not contest byelections in Telangana, it is now established that both the parties have been working together," Naidu told reporters here on Saturday.
Claiming that his party had made its stand clear on Telangana, Naidu said Union home minister P Chidambaram had no right to seek TDP's opinion without declaring Congress' stand.
Stating that the onus on taking a decision on Telangana lies with the Centre, Naidu said the Congress has been using Telangana issue to derive political mileage.
On DGP Dinesh Reddy's remarks on women's dress, Naidu said that such comments were unwarranted. Earlier in the day at the party's media committee meeting, Naidu ridiculed TRS chief K Chandrasekhara Rao's remarks that TRS would chase away Andhra settlers. Rao himself was a settler and he making such remarks was a big joke, Naidu said. Naidu also alleged that when a debate was going on aboutLokpal, Jagan was busy with his Odarpu yatra and KCR was resting in his farm house.