Notorious Naidu! Mahagathbandhan’s Chandrababu Naidu threatens BJP MLAs saying “Won’t let you walk in Andhra Pradesh”

Each and every party in the Mahagathbhandan is known for its notorious qualities. While few are out on bail, few others are languishing in jail for the crimes they have done over the decades. Now another such incident has come up where a stakeholder in the grand alliance has threatened the MLAs of Bharatiya Janata Party.

This shocking incident has taken place during a discussion on the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act in the Assembly on 1st February, where the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu threatened the BJP MLAs and said that he would not allow them to move freely in Andhra Pradesh if they continue to defend the Modi government.

He went on to say “Shame on you to speak like this. You have no commitment to the development of the State. You are unfit to be a public representative. If we go on listening, you will put flowers in our ears. For whose sake will you give? Whose money is that? For a new State, the Centre should give all institutes”.

“Tell me how many institutes are located in Hyderabad, Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. Compare them. Are you doing tamasha? My blood is boiling. Instead of supporting a new State, it is unfair on your part to speak in such a way” added Chandrababu Naidu.

But when the BJP members slammed and opposed this cheap comment from one of Rahul Gandhi’s gang-mate, Naidu said “who cares for your objection”.

This statement is not just a threatening sign but indicates that this man is not ready to listen to others’ voice. This is an absolute insult to India. Naidu who is known from jumping from party to party for alliance is now in the fear of losing his base in the state due to the surging popularity of Jaganmohan Reddy in Andhra Pradesh. Even the survey has said that Naidu will be facing a huge defeat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

At another end, BJP is strengthening its footings in Andhra Pradesh. Rattled by this, Naidu now wants to retain his base either by hook or crook.

Hansika Raj