Plaid Telugu Desam's release said MrNaidu had made these comments during a teleconference. (File)
Prime Minister of the Minister, N Chandrababu Naidu, Andhra Pradesh, said on Wednesday, the NDA government led by BJP of transforming the Central Investigation Office into a "collection center" and damaging the independence of the Bank of India Reserve.
Recently, the state government withdrew the "general consent" given to the Central Investigation Office to conduct raids and carry out investigations in the state.
"The official official of the CBI revealed itself to the intervention of the Prime Minister's Office in the operation of the agency. The official filed affidavas in the Supreme Court on the intervention of Ajit Doval (National Security Advisor) and secretary of Union Law," he said. ; r CM, referring to the CBI DIG petition Manish Kumar Sinha in the highest level allegations in court against various major functions in the case of Alok Verma.
The statement of Plaid Telugu Desam stated that Mr Naidu had made these comments during a teleconconnection with party leaders on Wednesday.
Highlighting the BJP-led NDA government at the center, the Supreme TDP accused of changing the CBI into a collection center & # 39; and harnessing the independence of the Indian Reserve Bank (RBI).
"Rafale is the country's biggest defense scandal. The BJP pushes the country's security to dangerous. There is no great program that Modi government has started in the 54 months of its rule," he said.
He claimed that the center failed to control the prices of petrol and diesel while it greatly appreciated the value of the plane.
"All of this has left the country's economy in rubbish while ordinary people have to cause an uneven (financial) burden, resulting in a reduction in their ability to buy," said Naidu.
Naidu, who strives to bring opponents on one platform to take part in the Bhaataya Plate Janata (BJP) in the Lok Sabha 2019 surveys, has asked the TDP site and filed not to claim he would become prime minister.
"I have made an AP number one in every aspect. My families should be useful to the state only because I want it to become one number in the world," he said.
The state government left the "general consensus" given to the CBI to conduct raids and conduct state investigations due to the recent charges against senior officers of the mainland investigation agency, the Deputy First Minister (Home) Nina Rajappa recently said.
BJP spokesman G V L, Narasimha Rao, claimed that the decision of the Chandrababu Naidu government was "clear clear power exercise" to ensure that its "pollution" was not open.