Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh), Mar 14 (ANI): TDP Supremo and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu held a teleconference with party MPs on March 14. In the teleconference the CM said Centre is not responding on problems of Andhra Pradesh and called it grave injustice. He further added that people of the state have to suffer due to Centre's attitude towards AP. He urged the MPs to intensify the fight phase wise. "We will not leave the issue until justice is done to the state. Only AP problems should be heard in Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, state Assembly and council," CM Naidu said. Indirectly indicting YSRCP and BJP, people will think of those who collude as culprits. CM Naidu urged that agitation should be Delhi centric during the parliament session, further stating that the struggle should intensify later in the state, at district level. "During the discussion on finance bill, it should be focused on special status to AP and revenue deficit of the state," the CM said. He also directed that implementation of assurances given to the state by national parties should be questioned.