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Narendra Modi is a hardcore terrorist: Andhra Pradesh CM

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu has called Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi a hardcore terrosist.

According to India today  Chandrababu said, “Narendra Modi is a hardcore terrorist. He is not a good Samaritan. I request the minority brothers present here only one thing. If you vote for Modi, many problems will arise. This Modi brought triple talaq act planning to put you behind bars, right?”

Evoking the Gujarat riots of 2002, he said, “I was the first person who demanded his resignation. Later most of the countries in the world banned his entry. After becoming the Prime Minister, he is once again trying to attack minorities.”

Earlier on April 1, Prime Minister Modi repeatedly called the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief ‘U-turn Babu’ and alleged that the TDP has been involved in stealing people’s data.

“I was told that the TDP started a new work which is related to cybercrime through Seva Mitra App, which is neither doing Seva (service) nor is a Mitra (friend), instead, it is stealing people’s data,” said Modi referring to the data theft case booked in Telangana in March against an IT company providing services to the TDP.

Modi alleged that lies, frustration, and U-turn have become the identity of the TDP government.

“See the statement he made two years ago and see what he is saying today. He could not do anything but blame others. Such leadership can’t be trusted by the people,” he alleged.

Andhra Pradesh will go for assembly elections from April 11.

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