Yanamala opposed to breaking of pact with BJP?

Yanamala opposed to breaking of pact with BJP?

Yanamala opposed to breaking of pact with BJP?

However, he could not speak to the TDP President as he was busy in the Parliamentary party meeting. To the relief of BJP, Naidu also made it clear to his MPs the he did not have any telephonic conversation with Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, as claimed by Sena sources on Saturday.

The assertion comes amid speculation that the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh might rethink its ties with the BJP in view of its disappointment over allocation of funds to the state in the Union Budget. The CM Chandrababu Naidu is highly unsatisfied and disappointed with the Government budget because he stated that the funds are not allotted for various projects to Andhra Pradesh. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh too tried to approach Naidu thrice.

Naidu had reportedly expressed "serious displeasure" over the budget and had said that the Centre ignored the state.

"People (of Andhra Pradesh) are looking forward with anticipation". How long should the state wait for justice? "There is still scope for making changes in the budgetary allocations and we should pursue the policy of lobbying", he is learnt to have told Naidu. Sources said the meeting discussed the "injustice" heaped on the state in the proposals and there was a "strong mood" among TDP leaders to break away from the alliance with the Senior TDP leaders said off the record that nearly everyone, including many district unit chiefs, wanted the TDP to end the alliance with the after the "ignored" the state.


There were also rumours that BJP may shift their loyalty to YSR Congress, whose leader Jagan Mohan Reddy recently said his party would support BJP. if Andhra Pradesh was given special status. TG Venkatesh openly told media that TDP wouldn't hesitate to walk out of NDA if it continues to display "step-motherly" treatment to AP.

"BJP does not care for southern states".

Narasaropet MP Rayapati Sambasiva Rao said that TDP MPs in the NDA fold were not respected by the BJP adding that he may even resign from the Lok Sabha in protest.

The state leaders of the BJP have been criticising the TDP on various issues. "We are running out of patience after witnessing continued injustice in four budgets", Chandrababu commented when some MPs pointed out that there is no respect to the MPs of the NDA partner Party.

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