Bengaluru : Telugu Desam Party (TDP) President and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, who is trying to unite opposition parties to fight the BJP in the next Lok Sabha elections in the next year, on Thursday said that all opposition parties will be given to the country and the institutions Should come together to save. Naidu alleged that the BJP-led NDA government had harmed all the institutions including the CBI and the RBI.
After meeting with former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy, Naidu told reporters, "It is our responsibility to join hands to save this great nation and democracy and constitution." Naidu indicated that the Center An experiment can be such a way to form a government in the way, in 1996, the outer backing of the Congress led by Devgowda led the government. was. He said, "We will decide the candidate for the post of prime minister. We will all shake hands. Our first objective is to save democracy and save the nation. My point is that Congress is the main and the main party. You see only the use of the Prime Minister's time in Devgora. "At that time, the Third Front came to power.
Naidu said, "Then we took support from outside Congress. It is only an experiment. "When asked if he was referring to the 1996 model of government formation, he said," I am interested in the country and the common consensus. Everyone will come together. There is no organization yet. "He said," I have made some initiatives and I am meeting everyone. After that we will decide together how to raise it further. "Naidu had met the leaders of several opposition parties including Rahul Gandhi last week. He had termed his party's coalition with the Congress as a 'democratic obligation' to save the country.
While targeting the central government, he alleged that he was using the CBI and the Income Tax Department to control the opposition. The raids are being done for the harassment of the leaders. Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are also seeing it all. They alleged that similar raid was carried out in Telangana, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar besides in Gujarat. Naidu said, "Apart from harm to the institutions, the Indian economy is too dirty because the ban was not good." Naidu-led TDP broke the ties with the BJP-led NDA in March this year.