Vastavam web: AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu alleged BJP is trying to suppress his voice.He was making an oblique reference to YSR Congress president Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy and Jana Sena chief Pawan Kalyan.Naidu was addressing a group of Muslim leaders who called on him to show their solidarity in his fight with the BJP-led Central government.
Claiming that he had joined the BJP-led NDA for the state’s interests, he said that his party pulled out of government and exited the alliance as it had failed to deliver on the promises made to the state.Stating that he is fighting for the rights of five crore people of the state, the Chief Minister said the TDP would not rest till achieving the goal of special category status.Naidu said the fight for state’s rights should continue. “We should protest but at the same time we should ensure that the state doesn’t suffer. We should protest like Japan by moving ahead on the path of development,” he added.He claimed that TDP was the first party to raise its voice against triple talaq bill tabled in the Parliament, terming the bill was a deliberate attempt of bias against Muslims.