Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu, while demanding Special Category Status for the state, said that the Centre should do justice, and that the party will not back out to move a no-confidence motion against the Centre if needed as a last resort.

While addressing a gathering at Madigala Mahasabha organised in Vijawada on Monday, he said that many political parties have denied to support to fight against the Centre, while some Members of Parliament (MPs) of the state are asking for resignation, and questioned that who will fight for the special status and rights of the state if the

MPs resign.

He said, “Some are asking for resignations. If our MPs resign, who will fight for our state. No confidence motion should be last resort. We will not simply put such motion. It needs at least 54 MPs. But we don't have that number.”

Recalling the injustice done to the state, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief said that the both the NDA government and the Congress did injustice with the state. He also said that both the BJP and the Yuvajana Shramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) are criticizing him, while the Congress too, is leaving no stone unturned to blame him.
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