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Naidu is crafting his own downfall: Vijayasai

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In a scathing attack, YSRCP’s MP Vijayasai Reddy has targeted TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, asserting that it is not the YSRCP that will dismantle the TDP, but rather Naidu’s own actions that will lead to its downfall. Reddy expressed astonishment at Naidu’s apparent willingness to distance himself from his own party members, leaders, principles, and previous statements.
He accused Naidu of shamelessly pursuing the Chief Minister position for what he perceived as the final time.
Taking to the social media platform ‘X’, Reddy wrote: “The @YSRCParty will not decimate TDP; rather, Chandrababu Naidu Garu’s own actions will do it first. It’s shocking how ready he is to disown his cadre, leaders, ideology, and his own words from 4 years back and prostrate in front of anyone just so that he can become CM for the last time. How shameless!”
His tweet regarding Naidu underscores the escalating political tensions between the YSRCP and TDP in Andhra Pradesh.
It marks a continuation of criticisms directed at Naidu, which highlight concerns such as alleged collusion with other political figures, misuse of power in the Skill Development Scam, and involvement in fraudulent activities. The ongoing exchange on Twitter and public confrontations underscore the deep-rooted hostility between these two prominent political figures in Andhra Pradesh.
The political feud between Vijayasai Reddy and Chandrababu Naidu carries significant implications for the upcoming elections in Andhra Pradesh. The intense rivalry between the two leaders is poised to shape the political landscape, with Reddy’s persistent campaign against Naidu, accusing him of corruption and unethical behaviour, likely to remain a central focus for the YSRCP. As the state gears up for the 2024 legislative assembly elections, the YSRCP appears committed to leaving no stone unturned in its efforts to discredit Naidu.

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