Andhra finance minister calls Narendra Modi ‘anaconda’ swallowing institutions like CBI, RBI

AP Finance Minister Yanamala Rama Krishnudu has stirred a controversy by calling PM Narendra Modi an anaconda. He also accused the Prime Minister of destroying institutions like CBI and RBI

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Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister Yanamala Rama Krishnudu on Sunday, November 4 has stirred a controversy by calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi an anaconda. He also accused the Prime Minister of destroying institutions like CBI and RBI.

“Who can be a bigger Anaconda than Narendra Modi? He himself is the Anaconda that has swallowed all the institutions. He is swallowing up institutions like CBI, RBI etc,” the Andhra Pradesh Finance Minister said.


Launching a direct attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over remarks on TDP’s Chandrababu Naidu meeting with Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Krishnudu said, “Every Tom, Dick and Harry is speaking of past politics. Past cant be present or future. But present and future will become past. The critics of TDP should understand this. TDP was not established against any single party. It was founded against system.”


Chandrababu Naidu recently met with the leaders of Opposition parties in Delhi to garner support for an all India alliance against the BJP. Naidu said he will play the role of a ‘facilitator’ in helping evolve a credible alternative and said that he is not interested in becoming the Prime Minister.

Chandrababu Naidu-led TDP walked out of the NDA alliance this year over demand for special status for Andhra Pradesh.

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