Telugu Desam Party president and Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu is making every attempt to convince that he and his party are doing their best to bring pressure on the Centre to secure justice to the state.
According to latest reports from Amaravati, Naidu is said to be contemplating holding an all-party meeting to discuss the quantum of assistance being given by the Centre and the strategies to be adopted to bring pressure on the Centre to do justice to the state.
It is learnt the chief minister has asked his officials to prepare the list of people to be called for the meeting.
The chief minister told the party leaders that several parties and organisations were fighting on the issues concerning the state.
“I will call them for a meeting to discuss the strategies. We will also explain what the Centre has given to us and what the state government has spent in the last three and a half years,” he is learnt to have said.
However, it is not known whether Naidu would call YSR Congress party to the all-party meeting, since it would definitely raise the issue of special category status and not the package. Similarly, there is no clarity as of now whether the BJP would also be part of the all-party meeting.
“Hitherto, we have been requesting the Centre to do justice to the state. Now, we shall launch a fight against the Centre and we shall not rest till we get our due from the Centre,” he asserted.