New Delhi:Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao launched an all out attack on his Andhra Pradesh Counterpart Chandrababu Naidu. KCR used the language infamous during the agitation days when her hurling the choicest abuses on the TDP supremo. It would have been a different story if KCR is confined only to the contemporary issues. Launching a diatribe against Andhra Pradesh chief minister, TRS supremo K. Chandrashekhar Rao called Naidu the “dirtiest politician in India”, and also questioned his political stand against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Rao’s remarks came after he met Odisha and West Bengal chief ministers Naveen Patnark and Mamata Banerjee earlier this week to discuss his idea to float a non-BJP and non-Congress front.
“Who are you bluffing? What are you saying? You were sitting beside (prime minister) Narendra Modi for four years and one fine day you had a problem so now you want everyone to sit with Rahul Gandhi? Chandrababu Naidu is the dirtiest politician in India and he should feel ashamed about what he is saying,” said the Telangana Chief Minister while addressing a press conference on Saturday at his camp office. He added that Naidu does not have a consistent (political) policy.The chief minister, who met his West Bengal and Odisha counterparts, Mamata Banerjee and Naveen Patnaik respectively, this week, alleged that the Congress and the BJP have failed miserably in meeting the expectations of people.
“The country needs a new economic model, the country needs a new agricultural model. The present system does not work. These parties have miserably failed. I am very, very open. I am not afraid of anybody. It will continue. I think another 15 days to go. Some of my friends told me that wait for some time. We will sit down and chalk out a programme,” he said.
Hitting out at Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, Mr Rao said the TDP chief was the “dirtiest politician” in the country who does “cheap politics” for power.”What I started is not for cheap politics like you…. What I talked about was an Indian federal front. I am stressing that the federal front (should be) without Congress, without the BJP. I am meeting people and leaders for that,” he said. Mr Naidu was earlier critical about Mr Rao’s efforts over the federal front.