Hundreds of trucks ferry sand illegally to Telangana and, on their way back, bring liquor bottles for illegal sale in AP, he charged.
By fixing meters on farm connections, the YSRC government has put a death sentence on the farmers. he remarked.
Referring to how more than 23 idols were destroyed in six temples in Pithapuram in January, he said the TDP has taken a serious view of the ongoing attacks on the temples.
A stray cow appeared in the middle of the road as the convoy was moving. An escort vehicle at the front of the convoy had to suddenly apply the brakes and met with an accident.
He reiterated the need for providing Rs 10,000 cash assistance to migrant workers and daily wagers.
Addressing an online meeting with Dalit leaders of the TDP, TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu said the call lists were crucial to unravel the mystery behind the recent death.
The TDP chief said it was saddening to witness the spurt in attacks on Dalits under the present government.
The Deputy CM criticised the Opposition leader for creating hurdles for the government to go ahead with its welfare agenda.
Opposition leader and TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu has said the people of all the 13 districts should extend their support to the fight of the Amaravati farmers.
Naidu further said he had written many letters and submitted memoranda to the DGP on false cases filed against TDP leaders, but the DGP never responded to them.
Naidu apprehended that if such illegal phone tapping went unchecked, it would "pose a serious threat to the integrity and security of the nation."
Our freedom was the result of sacrifices made by many patriots. The true tribute to their sacrifices is to preserve the democratic systems,” the TDP chief said.
Once developed, it would emerge as a vibrant city, where the government would have its wealth to the tune of Rs 2 lakh crore to Rs 3 lakh crore.
Even Parliament was witness to Modi assuring the people of AP that he would do everything possible to develop Amaravati, he asserted.
The TDP chief pointed out that agreements were reached with thousands of farmers by the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority.