Hyderabad, Jul 21: Telugu Desam Party president N Chandrababu Naidu slammed the Maharashtra government on Wednesday, Jul 21 by saying that the Maharashtra government treated them as political prisoners during their five-day detention at Dharmabad.
While addressing a dharna, Naidu said, “The Maharashtra government did not treat us as elected public representatives, they treated us as political prisoners."
“It"s only due to God"s grace and blessings of Mahatma Gandhi that TDP legislators returned alive from Maharashtra," he added.
“They tried to physically and mentally intimidate us. They tried to torment us in all ways possible. I have not come across such an atrocious situation in my 32-year-old political career," he alleged.
Hitting out at Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah, the TDP chief said, “He is the most inefficient CM, the state has ever had. He is so shameless that he remained a silent spectator when his fellow legislators from the state were treated so inhumanly by the neighbouring state."
"Rosaiah has no authority to continue in his position," Naidu latter added.