Amit Shah recently gave an interview to a TV channel about the development programs undertaken by the government in the last ten years in the wake of the upcoming elections.
Amit Shah On Chandrababu: “These are my last elections.. For the future of Andhra Pradesh it is necessary for me to become Chief Minister.. Andhra Pradesh has already lost in all fields. In the end, there is no condition to build roads.. God knows the word of economic development.. there is no guarantee that it will improve in the near future” These are the stories that Nara Chandrababu Naidu said to his insiders after recently meeting Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Union Home Minister Amit Shah made a fuss about some issues even though he has not joined the alliance yet, to tell the level of respect given to the Jana Sena in the alliance. Those words were not published by the media in favor of Chandrababu, but the other media outlets reproduced them with a banner title.
BJP hopes to win more than four hundred seats at the center this time. In the background of various survey organizations saying that he will win 370 seats on his own and come to power.. As this is the last election for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.. he hopes to break the record achieved by Indira Gandhi.. In this context, the Prime Minister wants to completely weaken the opposition Congress party and bring the rest of the parties in the country into his alliance. That is why all parties are invited to the NDA alliance. Amit Shah is in consultation with other parties as per Narendra Modi's orders. Chandrababu Naidu recently met him as part of this consultation. There was a long discussion between the two. Neither Chandrababu nor Amit Shah revealed that this was the gist of those discussions. But the media which is favorable to Chandrababu wrote the news from TDP point of view.
Amit Shah recently gave an interview to a TV channel about the development programs undertaken by the government in the last ten years in the wake of the upcoming elections. On this occasion, he answered many questions asked by the reporter. But in the middle of the discussion about AP, Amit Shah made key comments. “Amit Shah has given signals that Chandrababu or Lokesh will not be the chief minister if the alliance comes to power in Andhra Pradesh. Moreover, they will make a reliable partner as their chief minister. We want to be stronger in the southern states. We want to compete at a much better position in AP as well. Unlike in the past, we will take strategic steps this time,” said Amit Shah. With this, it seems that the infighting has started in TDP. Although there is a discussion in the party about the alliance in this order, there are no conditions for TDP to contest on its own in this election. Moreover, the party's behavior in the Amaravati affair…the U-turn it took regarding the special status and the way it was taken after that…all these are obstacles for the TDP. It remains to be seen how Chandrababu Naidu and his pro-media will react in the wake of Amit Shah's key comments.