Chandrababu Is "Chameleon" Of Indian Politics

The constant changing political colours by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu in the last four years has made  him a 'Chameleon' of Indian Politics.  

Throwing the interests of Andhra people to the winds, Chandrababu exploited the political situation for his own political gains. He maintained stoic silence on the demand for special status,  establishment of steel plant in YSR Kadapa district and new Railway zone in Visakhapatnam till the TDP pulled out of BJP led NDA.  
The TDP Chief also suppressed the agitations and dharnas launched by YSR Congress Party President YS Jagan Mohan Reddy for special status and other issues.  Cases were booked against youth who took part in YS Jagan's fight for justice.  

Unfolding a new drama, the TDP Chief with the help of a section of the media made an announcement that his government is ready to construct steel plant on its own if the centre did not come forward. He also propagated a London based company has come forward to set up the project. 

Some times,  the CM confined to criticising the BJP and created an impression that he completely snapped ties with the centre. In a reverse,  his partymen met central leaders and seek financial help. Leaders said Chandrababu wanted to take credit for every development taken place in Andhra Pradesh.  For this, he has been playing  political games since 2014.

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