TDP Leaders Washing Their Dirty Linen in Public

TDP Leaders Washing Their Dirty Linen in PublicWhen TDP Leaders are expected to be united and maintain their calm in the Opposition, the leaders are battling due to their own personal egos and sending bad signals to the public. Vijayawada MP Kesineni Nani has targeted MLC Buddha Venkanna via Social Media this morning and that has triggered the spat.

Nani termed Buddha as a leader who can not win four votes but won four posts. He also ridiculed Buddha as a person who can not read or write four words but is tweeting. Buddha also reacted strongly saying that Nani perished Praja Rajyam Party and is not trying to trouble Chandrababu.

Nani again tweeted that Venkanna will very soon catch Vijaya Sai Reddy‘s legs. Thanks to being in the Opposition, Chandrababu Naidu is remaining as a mute spectator for all this mess. TDP has managed to grab the people’s attention by cornering the government in the Assembly and the good work is being squandered and diverted by the leaders themselves.

TDP supporters are pained by these developments and request the leaders to resolve the issues if any before Chandrababu Naidu instead of washing their dirty linen in the Public.

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