VIJAYAWADA: Alleging that the Centre was conspiring against the State government, IT Minister and TDP general secretary Nara Lokesh has said that various political parties were trying to disrupt law and order situation in Andhra Pradesh.
Indicating that the attack on Opposition leader YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was a pre-planned incident, Lokesh wondered how the political heads, who never responded when the Maoists killed two politicians or during cyclone Titli, immediately reacted when the YSRC chief was attacked in Vizag airport.
In a series of tweets on Saturday, Lokesh said, “The script written in Delhi was played out in Visakhapatnam. Political leaders right from the national capital to the ones in other states (Telangana) are relentlessly trying to disrupt the law and order in our State.” He said that the leaders from New Delhi or the neighbouring states never responded when incidents such as the killings of sitting MLA and former MLA shook the State.
“The people who have not even expressed condolences when the duo was shot or when cyclone Titli ravaged Srikakulam have held pre-planned press meets even before the news of Jagan’s attack reached them. Aren’t these enough proof of vindictive politics?” he asked.