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Congress VP threatens to slap Naidu for 'Sonia Godse' remarks
Sunday February 16, 2014 10:10 PM, Agencies

PCC Vice-President and MLC Mohammad Ali Shabbir on Sunday threatened to slap TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu for latter's criticism on AICC President Sonia Gandhi by referring her as "Sonia Godse".

Addressing a press conference at Congress Legislature Party office here, Shabbir Ali strongly condemned Chandrababu Naidu for crititicising Sonia Gandhi on the Telangana issue.

"People of Telangana will beat up Naidu and pluck his tongue for making derogatory remarks against Sonia Gandhi. We are not reacting violently as we believe in democracy and non-violence," he said.

Shabbir Ali said that Naidu should look at his own history before commenting anything about the Congress party.

"He began his political career in the Congress party, became a MLA and then minister. He switched loyalties and joined TDP. But he maintained his character of betrayal and back-stabbed NTR to become the Chief Minister. Now he betrayed Telangana people by going back on his stand on the statehood promise," he said.

The former minister said that Naidu had a poll tie-up with the TRS in 2009 elections which promised Telangana in 100 days. In the recent past, he gave three letters of support for Telangana. However, he betrayed the people by taking a U-turn on his stand.

Shabbir Ali said that the Seemandhra leaders were trying to create a fake movement in favour of united Andhra Pradesh using money power.

Accusing them of cheating the people of their own region, he said that Telangana leaders would fight for the justice of Seemandhra people after the formation of Telangana State.

He also accused Bharatiya Janata Party of changing its stand on Telangana issue.



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