Vastavam web: With just 15 days left for the Assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh, accusations and counter-accusations are assuming new dimensions during electioneering by various political parties. Addressing road shows in Nandyal along with National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah, Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu announced that there has been a demand to make Nandyal a district. He said the TDP after assuming power this time would carve a new district with Nandyal as district headquarters.
Responding to a demand from MLA candidate Brahmananda Reddy, Naidu said his government would also sanction a degree college and a fly-over in the town. Calling upon the people to realise the “conspiracy” that was going on to destabilise Andhra Pradesh and derail the “process of development,” Naidu said there are three partners who joined hands to see that the state remained backward forever.