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‘Amit Shah Called Naidu For The Meeting’

A few weeks ago, Chandrababu Naidu met with the Union Home Minister Amit Shah in a consolidated political move that hinted at the impending Telugu Desam, Janasena, and BJP alliance in Andhra Pradesh. TDP veteran, Gorantla Butchaiah Chowdary has now given an interesting insight into the sequence of events leading to the meeting.

Butchaiah said it was the BJP high command and Amit Shah who himself invited Naidu to the meeting and not the other way around.

When an interviewer asked Chowdary who initiated the talks, he revealed “It was Amit Shah who called Chandrababu Garu for the meeting. BJP wanted a consolidated ally in South India. They have no presence in Tamil Nadu, they lost Karnataka to Congress, and the situation is bad for them in Telangana. So they want to ally with a fundamentally strong outfit like TDP.”

Butchaiah called this alliance proposal a move by the NDA to enhance its presence in South India. He added that BJP doesn’t have a favorable image in AP due to the public opinion that the BJP government in the center did not help AP at all.

This post was last modified on 24 February 2024 3:11 am

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