TDP chief and AP opposition leader Chandrababu will stage a 33-hour protest. The initiation will run from 8 a.m. Thursday to 8 p.m. Friday. He will initiate in the name of fighting government terrorism. According to party sources, the party’s national president and main opposition leader Chandrababu Naidu will stage a protest against the YCP’s mob attack on the Telugu Desam party headquarters, district offices and houses of TDP leaders.
Chandrababu Naidu will hold a protest rally at the Central Party office on Thursday 21-10-2021 from 8 am to 10 pm on Friday 22-10-2021 for 36 hours under the name “Fighting Government Terrorism”. Government terrorism is rampant in the state. Added power to factionalism. In which the police became an integral part. Democracy is doomed. Chief Minister Jaganmohan Reddy has opened the door to maniacal and dumb attacks that will physically end the interrogators. This is definitely government-inspired terrorism. The silent attack on the opposition party headquarters has never been in the history of the state. The TDP leaders there carried out physical attacks on the staff. The office was destroyed. Party offices and houses of TDP leaders were raided with a premeditated conspiracy across the state. Family members were charged with assault with intent to cause treason. Yesterday was a dark day for democracy. At the instigation of the Chief Minister and the DGP, he launched physical attacks on opposition party leaders and vandalized party offices. The Telugu Desam Party is fighting tirelessly for the solution of the people’s problems. The YCP government, which could not digest this, continued the repression from the beginning. It is the responsibility of every citizen of every state to maintain it. We urge the people, other opposition parties, democrats and civil society to come together to fight government terrorism, ”the Telugu Desam party said in a statement.
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