Tirunelveli: A day after Chief Minister
Jayalalithaa accused the Centre of being "indifferent" towards
the state, MoS in the Prime Minister`s Office V Narayanasamy
Sunday asked Tamil Nadu government to stop finding fault with
the Union government over all issues.
Congress-led UPA has never discriminated against
non-Congress ruled states, he said at a public meeting here to
drum up support for the early commissioning of the Koodankulam
nuclear power project.
He said the Centre has also extended help on the Sri
Lankan Tamils issue.
Taking a swipe at the Congress-led UPA in the state
Assembly yesterday, Jayalalithaa had blamed Central ministers
in UPA from Tamil Nadu for their "indifferent" attitude to the
state even when it sought financial assistance for relief
and restoration work after cyclone `Thane` hit Cuddalore and
".....I`m blaming the central ministers in the UPA
government who are being indifferent. I am referring to people
like Chidambaram who are ministers from this state and yet to
do anything," Jayalalithaa had said.