Chandrababu Naidu ‘struggled’ as Prime Minister Narendra Modi failed to mention his job at ISB event | Amaravati News

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ONGOLE: Former Andhra Pradesh chief minister and TDP supremo Chandrababu Naidu said on Friday he was saddened that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not mention his name during the annual 20th day celebration from the Indian School of Business (ISB) in Hyderabad, although he knows that the prestigious institution was the result of his hard work.
He however stated that he never worked to gain popularity or mileage as the development of the state was only his agenda.
Addressing party delegates in Mahanadu on Friday, Naidu recalled how his strenuous efforts brought the ISB to Hyderabad in the undivided PA. “The Prime Minister addressed the BSI 20th Annual Day celebrations. The Prime Minister did not mention my name. It does not matter. I did this for my Telugu people and it gives me satisfaction,” Naidu remarked.
Naidu said the ISB think tank said he was considering Bangalore, Mumbai and Chennai to locate the institution as he wanted them to consider Hyderabad. They told him Hyderabad was not on their priority list but agreed to surrender following his repeated requests.
“I asked them over the phone to come and have breakfast. My ministers received them at the airport. I personally served them breakfast, which made them realize a big project,” Naidu said. .
He said ISB has finally become a gem. He said that the TDP had brought hundreds of these jewels for the benefit of the Telugu people. He said Genome Valley came to the rescue of the whole country during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
Naidu pointed out that the people of the neighboring state are reaping rich benefits from the institutions and projects brought about by the TDP regime.
A new direction has been given to shift from physical labor to mind-based endeavours. This is why information technology has developed considerably. Now Telugu girls were going abroad and earning more than their male counterparts.
The TDP leader lamented that the people of residual Andhra Pradesh have suffered a lot because of the split.
“The TDP ruler came with a vision of 2029 to develop PA on par with its sister state. Under this vision, the capital Amaravati was visualized and was to be developed as an asset of Rs 3 lakh crore. Which crime did Amaravati commit? Jagan had destroyed the capital?
Naidu said Polavaram has been a boon to farmers across PA but has also been crushed in the name of reverse tenders. The TDP laid 20,000 kilometers of cement roads in the villages in five years. Jagan’s regime has not even laid 2 km of roads so far.



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