Besides addressing the public meeting of the BJP, the Prime Minister will dedicate two petroleum and gas projects worth Rs 6,825 crore to the nation. "It is now being made gateway of the South East Asia under the BJP government", the prime minister said adding, "I was surprised to know that for the first time in Tripura, paddy was procured at MSP (minimum support price)". "He will address party members and others from seven Lok Sabha constituencies - Ooty, Coimbatore, Pollachi, Erode, Karur, Tiruppur and Salem", S.K. Kharventhan, President, OBC Morcha in Tamil Nadu, told IANS.
Apart from this he will also inaugurate ONGC projects located in the Krishna-Godavari Offshore Basin and will lay the foundation stone for setting up a new terminal of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited at Krishnapatnam.
She was responding to a query of a journalist on PM Modi's visit to Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday.
Modi said while he was protecting the country like a watchman, leaders like Naidu were only interested in their personal interests.
Reports said similar protests were held in Guntur, Kadapa and Kurnool districts as well.
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He alleged that an olympic is going on among the leaders of "mahamilawat" to see "who hurls more abuses at Modi".
PM Modi has been facing severe criticism from the opposition parties over Rafale deal, which has put the BJP and the NDA government on defensive.
Chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu threw protocol out of the window and didn't show up to receive PM Modi at Gannavaram airport in Vijaywada, underlying that there is no love lost between the BJPand the TDP.
"They are talking about blocking the Prime Ministers visit". "They are trying to form a "majboor" (weak) government in Delhi".
The TDP had severed its ties with the BJP in March a year ago alleging that the NDA government had failed to discharge its constitutional responsibilities in implementing the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 in letter and spirit.