Chandrababu Continues 'Back Door' Politics, AP Interests At Stake!

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu resumed back door politics with rival party leaders to safeguard his personal and political interests. As a result, the interests of five crore people of the residuary state of Andhra Pradesh are at the stake. 

Reports says although the TDP pulled out of BJP led NDA at the centre,  the TDP leaders were maintaining secret relations with BJP high command in New Delhi.  

On the instructions of Chandrababu,  the TDP MP Sujana Chowdary met BJP President Amit Shah to resolve the personal issues. It was not new to TDP Chief in maintaining good relations with opposition leaders. During Congress led UPA government,  Chandrababu met Congress leader P Chidambaram several times and pleaded to rescue him from pending corruption cases. He also maintained secret political relationship with senior leader Gulam Nabi Azad. 

It is  clear that snapping ties with BJP was only part of political drama enacted by Chandrababu. The buzz in political circles in Delhi is that secret talks between  BJP and TDP leaders was regular phenomenon. 

YSR Congress Party leaders already questioned Chandrababu sincerity in breaking relations with BJP.  After coming to know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's popularity on the wane, the TDP Chief came out of the NDA on the pretext of special status issue. If Modi popularity goes up in  future, Chandrababu will not hesitate to join hands with the saffron party again. 
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