Naidu: Decision to prohibit Rs 2,000 notes exceptional indication: Chandra Babu Naidu

Naidu: Decision to prohibit Rs 2,000 notes exceptional indication: Chandra Babu Naidu

By Siva Gorripati
VISAKHAPATNAM: Former Andhra Pradesh chief minister and TDP supremo, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, on Friday welcomed the RBI choice to ditch Rs 2000 notes.
“The choice to prohibit the Rs 2000 notes is definitely an outstanding indication. I sent a report on digital currency long back and the ditching of these notes will definitely inspect corruption. Political leaders are attempting to win surveys by dispersing cash to the citizens and Rs 2,000 notes are playing a significant role in this. Now, this can be inspected to a fantastic level,” Chandrababu Naidu stated while resolving a big event at Anakapalle as part of his continuous’

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program. He was on the last and 3rd day of his trip to North Andhra area.
He even more stated that the costs of all products, gas fuel, and other products too are escalating and if anybody raises voice against this, incorrect cases are being passed off against such individuals.

“I enjoy that individuals are collecting in great deals for my roadway shows. Leaders of opposition celebrations have every right to perform roadway shows like this,” TDP president Chandrababu Naidu stated.
Mentioning that he wished to change Visakhapatnam as an IT center and tourist center besides promoting the city as monetary capital after constructing Amaravati as the state capital, Naidu stated that now Jagan is playing a video game with these cities. “Jagan has more love towards your possessions however not towards you,” he mentioned.
The chief minister strove to offer the lands in Amaravati and even in Rushikonda in Visakhapatnam, he stated. Naidu even more included that the atrocities of Jagan are on the increase now.
He assured to guarantee that the youth get ideal tasks and stated that the youth needs to show to themselves that Andhra Pradesh is tops in having the more youthful generation. “I will take the obligation to show work to you all,” he included. How can a leader who can not supply work to youth can call himself the chief minister, Naidu asked.

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