When asked about the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) not taking any initiative to hold elections in Delhi, he said his party will again witness a sweeping victory if it happens.

Meanwhile, he added that with regard to holding elections in the national capital, the assessment has to be made by Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung.

Answering a query about Congress party, blaming the BJP for trying to spread fear of terror in the country, he slammed the party by saying it is not able to reconcile to the reality of the current political situation in the country.

Naidu also rejected opposition criticism that they were not given enough time to speak in Parliament. Listing 100 decisions that the new National Democratic Alliance government has taken in the past 100 days, Naidu said the biggest achievement was the comeback of governance, leader and development agenda.

"Finally, the people of India got a government that walks the talk," he said. The minister released a booklet on the functioning of Parliament during the budget session. He shared the credit for smooth running of both houses of parliament with the opposition, saying it was a good beginning after years of disruption.

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