Hyderabad, Sep 12 (UNI) BJP Andhra Pradesh unit President Bandaru Dattatreya today alleged that the State Government has failed to fulfil its election promises, even after three years in power.
Addressing a press conference here, he alleged that the government was ''hoodwinking'' the people with new promises, instead of solving their problems. The law and order situation had deteriorated, he charged.
''The government has failed to control insurgency and terrorism in the state, as it was evident from the recent bomb blasts in Hyderabad and the unsuccessful bid on the life of former Chief Minister N Janardhana Reddy,'' he charged.
Mr Dattatreya said the ruling Congress and the Telugu Desam Party were resorting to vote bank politics by appeasing the Muslim community in view of the 2009 assembly elections.
The party state executive committee meeting, held in Guntur on September ten and 11, had adopted a resolution demanding that the government announce minimum support price for agricultural produce.
The meeting also asked the government not to acquire agricultural lands from farmers for Special Economic Zones (SEZs).
Alleging that the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) was ''encouraging'' propaganda of other religions, Mr Dattatreya demanded removal of a fibre structure, resembling 'the Holy Cross', at the gateway to Tirumala.