Amravati: After Mamata Banerjee’s mega ‘United India’ Rally in Kolkata, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu may host a second opposition show of strength at Amravati in Andhra Pradesh.
According to reports, Naidu is planning a big opposition rally in Amravati, which is likely to take place in February. However, the final decision will be taken once the consultations are complete.
On Saturday, Naidu had lashed out at PM Modi and called him a “Publicity Prime Minister” and a “negative leader” under whose leadership the country was regressing.
“This Prime Minister is a publicity Prime Minister, not a performing Prime Minister. He and his government have betrayed the nation. The country wants a performing Prime Minister, someone who would work for the betterment of the poor,” Naidu said in Kolkata at Mamata Banerjee’s United India Rally.
Appreciating West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s efforts to unite the opposition on one stage, Naidu said he would like to hold a similar opposition rally in Andhra Pradesh’s Amaravati and invited all the leaders present on the stage at the Brigade Parade Ground.
“We want to organise another rally like this in Amaravati. I invite all the leaders there,” Naidu said.