Is he waging war against the Central Government?If a chief minister visits Delhi to campaign against his political rivals to make his party's No confidence motion against the government of India gets approved in the Lok Sabha, no issue. But a leader with much political experience appears to have failed to follow the very basic principles of governance by giving a Power point presentation to the media about the failure of the Government to fulfill the promises made to his state after bifurcation.
Yes, I stand by what I say here. Thee chief minister of Andhra Pradesh could have met the President and other constitutional authorities and appraised them of the above lacuna by the Central government. By briefing to the media with a Power point presentation, what he is going to achieve? If every CM of the opposition ruled states starts such practice, is it healthy for our federal system of democracy? It is a frustrated attempt to malign the Government. He talked continuously about the utilization certificate rendered by his Government for the grant-in-aid given to the state. Does the simple rendition of a certificate suffice without furnishing the details to what purpose they have really been expended? I think it is not a platform to display all the things to the media and won't serve any purpose except to widen the gap between the state and the center. If he speaks in the capacity of a Party president, it is a different issue but not appears so. Is he waging war against the Central Government?