HYDERABAD: Leader of the Opposition N Chandrababu Naidu today urged Chief Minister K Rosaiah to `correct’ the follies committed by his predecessor the late YS Rajasekhara Reddy.
Participating in the debate on the motion of thanks for Governor’s address in the Assembly today, Naidu said the State was going backward due to `one person’. The administration and economy derailed, and the State suffered irreparable loss during his time, he alleged.
“Rosaiah, with a vast experience of presenting 15 budgets, should use his experience to set right the things.
There has been no direction to the State in the past five years. There is rampant corruption and the government failed to execute projects under Jalayagnam.’’ When Naidu completed his speech, Speaker N Kiran Kumar Reddy said: “t was not courteous to talk about a person (Rajasekhara Reddy) who died”. Naidu’s speech was frequently interrupted by Anam Vivekananda Reddy but the Speaker told the Congress member not to do so.
Praja Rajyam floor leader K Chiranjeevi complimented the chief minister saying he was holding DRC meetings effectively.
He wanted Rosaiah to tour the State to understand people’s problems.