Did Chandrababu Strategically Locked KCR?

Did Chandrababu Strategically Locked KCR?Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu made a shocking statement in the State Assembly. He went on record saying that he wanted to work with TRS in Telangana in the interest of Andhra Pradesh so that AP’s struggle against the Center will have an extra help.

But he said that BJP played a spoilsport and KCR backtracked from the decision when Chandrababu Naidu pulled out of NDA. Chandrababu seems to have a strategy for leaking this now. KCR will not have the leverage to attack TDP as an Andhra Party.

That is because he tried to ally with the same party. Also, Chandrababu revealed the secret nexus of KCR and BJP once again. This statement of Chandrababu did not come as a surprise because a few months ago, there was extensive discussion about VelKam in the media.

It has to be seen how TRS will respond to these allegations. Until now, they are calling the Mahakutami of TDP and Congress as Unholy. Denying Chandrababu’s statement may be an option now. Telangana Politics seems to have grown interesting ahead of the impending elections.

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