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Naidu’s statement of ‘restoring tdp glory in Telangana’ Cong, BRS unnerved?

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Andhra Pradesh Chief N Chandrababu Naidu’s statement at a meeting at NTR Trust Bhavan on July 7 that he would restore the past glory of TDP seems to have unnerved the Congress and BRS leaders.
The BRS leaders launched a scathing attack against Naidu holding deliberations on the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.
The BRS social media wing tried to raise fears over the talks between two Telugu states Chief Ministers, Chandrababu Naidu and Revanth Reddy.
Later, Congress leaders entered the scene and made allegations against Naidu almost in the same manner.
TPCC senior vice-president G Niranjan, on Tuesday, found faults with their own Congress party government commenting that “the people of Telangana are not happy with the welcome and honour given to Naidu in Hyderabad’.
Niranjan also said that ‘If the Telugu people of Telangana and Andhra states are to develop with cooperation, Naidu should stop taking interest in Telangana politics.
TDP should be abolished in Telangana state and remain confined to the Andhra region. The overambitious Naidu declared while speaking at NTR Bhavan that he would take an interest in strengthening the TDP in Telangana’.
A day before Niranjan’s criticism, TPCC working president T Jagga Reddy alleged that the BJP was using Naidu to weaken the Congress in Telangana state.
The way both the ruling Congress party and main opposition party BRS are targeting Naidu reflects that they are afraid of his entry into Telangana forgetting the fact that any political party cannot sustain without the support of the people.
A political analyst said on condition of anonymity, “It’s a democratic country and everyone has the right to do politics anywhere across the nation as was done by the former Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in Maharashtra state.
If people like Naidu, then TDP will survive in Telangana if not it is not possible.
I don’t understand why the BRS and Congress leaders are objecting to the entry of Naidu.

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