Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu called TDP meeting today to discuss ties with its ally Bharatiya Janta Party. The meeting announced after TDP party, as well as Chandrababu Naidu, expressed their unhappiness over the Budget 2018 allocation to the Andhra Pradesh state. The crucial meeting between the Andhra Pradesh CM and Telugu Desam party MP’s, MLA’s senior and senior leaders will discuss BJP-TDP ties in Amravati today. As per the reports, BJP’s Chief Amit Shah asked CM Chandrababu Naidu to rethink over the alliance. He asked Chandrababu Naidu to not to take tough decisions.
This statement of Amit Shah emerged after CM Chandrababu Naidu called a meeting of his party leaders and the lawmakers to discuss the injustice made to Andhra Pradesh. According to the sources, the TDP party leader K Rammohan Rao said that the party would also discuss the budget 2018 at the meeting today. Several party leaders said that they are not happy with the centre budget session 2018. And also said they are not satisfied with the budget allocated to Andhra state. Also, party’s leaders said that we are ready to resign, but we are bound to Chief Minister’s decision. 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. And also the centre has not mentioned about the construction of state’s new capital city Amaravati.
He said various issues such as Polavaram Project and the Duggirajupatnam port in Nellore district were ignored by BJP in the budget. As per the reports, the alarm for the crucial meeting of TDP party leaders with Chandrababu Naidu has called off just after a minute finance minister Arun Jaitley speech over Budget has ended. Last week he also hinted at the breaking of a long alliance with BJP.