Thiruvur, Jun 2 (UNI) United National Progressive Alliance (UNPA) Convener and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu today alleged that the ruling Congress government in Andhra Pradesh was trying to ''suppress'' the main Opposition TDP and this was not a ''good'' act in a democratic system.
Addressing a press conference here, Mr Naidu alleged that the Rajasekhara Reddy government was mired in corruption and the developmental programmes had taken a backseat, besides the total collapse of the law and order situation in the state.
Referring to the Telangana issue, the TDP leader said the party had appointed a five-member committee to analyse the issue and a decision would be taken in this regard at an appropriate time.
Denying the Congress' remarks that the TDP's strength had reduced, he said the party had secured more votes than the Congress in the byelections and alleged that the state government used money and muscle power.
Though there were three ministers in the cabinet from Krishna district, the developmental works were going on at a slow pace, he alleged.
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