VIJAYAWADA: The state government is not sending any delegation to Mudragada Padmanabham to stop him from going on an indefinite hunger strike at his residence in Kirlampudi in East Godavari district from Friday.
Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu was evasive when asked at a news conference at his office here, on Wednesday, whether he was considering asking his colleagues to request the kapu patriarch to change his decision.
“If anyone has any opinion or suggestion or objection, the cabinet sub-committee is the right place for them to approach. It will talk to all stake holders,” Naidu said, making it clear that he had no intention of dealing with Padmanbaham with kid gloves and that like any one Padmanabham should approach the cabinet sub-committee to tell the government what he wants.
Meanwhile, probably reading the thoughts of Chandrababu Naidu, Mudragada Padmanabham later in the evening, pointed out that there was no change in his decision to go on indefinite hunger strike.