The government also sought to allay fears over a rethink on reservation and the continuance of the word “secular” in the Constitution.
Naidu appealed to all parties to leave memories of Monsoon session behind and move forward.
Contending that India is today the most favourite destination for investment, Naidu said some opponents had launched a “disinformation campaign” for political reasons.
“For her own reasons, Indira Gandhi amended the Constitution making socialistic development as our path of development resulting in the infamous ‘Inspector Raj’,” he said.
Naidu said suggestions were welcome for building a “technologically advanced, socially inclusive, aesthetically pleasing and financially self sufficient” country.
The union minister now wants Vijayawada to reclaim its lost legacy that has been ceded to Telangana, along with Andhra Pradesh’s former capital Hyderabad and the famous Ramoji film city.
Nitin Gadkari is fond of talking about his dream projects and plans about his ministry.
The union minister has communicated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi desires that a nationwide campaign be launched so as to bring in a “behavioural change to achieve the goal”.
It has also said that the decision to build elevated or underground metro should be based on whether the construction would ease traffic in the area or increase congestion.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had yesterday said that BJP was “anti-reservation” and cannot but toe the line of RSS which is “like its Supreme Court”.
Naidu also said Gandhi’s certificate is not required for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity as “it is increasing by day”.
Venkaiah Naidu also sought to turn the tables against Gandhi, saying Rahul’s grandfather Jawaharlal Nehru and father Rajiv Gandhi too had used the “suit boot” attire.
“Congress may be thinking it is stalling Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but it is actually the country’s progress which the opposition party is stalling through its stand on the land Bill,” Naidu said.
“I personally feel that people of the country have the right to know the truth on the Netaji issue. Government will think of it and decide how and when to do it,” he said.
The Parliamentary Affairs Minister said earlier he used to feel shy when he had to give address of his residence (in Delhi) as- 30 Aurangzeb Road.