Reddy said today's generation doesn't want religious divides but development. He said Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi did a great work as an administrator and his three consecutive victories in the state assembly elections prove it. "I want Modi to change BJP," Reddy said.
We don't want Muzaffarnagar but Mohabbatnagars, Jagan told the reporter
Reddy began his indefinite fast protest against the Centre's decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh into Telangana and Seemandhra. The Seemandhra region has been witnessing strike and violence over the decision after the cabinet gave its nod to the decision which was taken by the Congress's top leadership in July. Several ministers, both central and state, have resigned in protest against the move.
Telugu Desam Party chief and former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu is also set to begin a fast-unto-death to protest the bifurcation from Monday onwards.