Chandrababu Naidu has gone on and on elaborating in the wake of Pawan Kalyan’s stinging comments. He tried to narrate his four-decade long journey in politics during the speech in AP Assembly. He said he had learnt discipline from NTR and added that the party workers were everything for him. He said his life itself is his biggest lesson. He said he feels he is fortunate to have worked with NTR and play a key role in the national politics.
He also spoke about the role he played in national politics. Reminding that he had got an offer to become a Prime Minister, but had chosen to remain a CM. “It was I who suggested Abdul Kalam’s name for the president’s post. I was the one who made a dalit Lok Sabha speaker,” Chandrababu said.
Chandrababu claimed that the state of Andhra Pradesh will become the best state in the country by 2015 and said that he would do everything to protect and preserve the self respcct of the Telugus. He also reiterated that the Polavaram project would be completed as planned.
Interestingly, in his long-winding response, he did not try to answer any of the questions that Pawan Kalyan posed.