Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu sat for a One Day Dharma Porata Deeksha in Delhi against the Central Government’s Insensitivity towards the State. This Deeksha came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Public Meeting in Guntur where in he came down heavily on Naidu even referring to Personal Allegations.
Naidu also reacted strongly referring to Narendra Modi’s Personal Issues. This duel has attracted National wide attention and that is seen at the AP Bhavan Deeksha as well. The entire Opposition Leaders are beelining to Express their Solidarity to the Chief Minister. Naidu can now claim to garner National Parties Support for the issue. Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were also there.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah and TMC MPs also came there and lent their support. The Deeksha got prominent Coverage in the National Media but the disappointing thing is that it is showcased as a Personal Battle between Modi and Chandrababu while it still ignores to showcase the actual issues of Andhra Pradesh.
Naidu is also planning a Dharma Porata Deeksha in Amaravati and is planning to invite all Anti-BJP Parties. The proceedings in the last few days showcase Naidu as the Sole Crusader for Andhra Pradesh Cause. YSR Congress and Janasena Parties staying total silent in the wake of Prime Minister’s Guntur visit also helped Naidu in this case.Don't MissWill South Go Modi's Way This Time?The Third Phase Polling for General Elections has concluded the other day. The Verdict of...Don't MissSurprising Under Performance of Jersey at Box OfficeThe Natural Star Nani’s latest release Jersey opened with rave reviews. It came with decent...Don't MissPic Talk: Pooja Hegde's Alluring PosePooja Hegde is one of those actresses who can look very good on the screen...Don't MissOffice Spaces: Immediate Problem of JanasenaIn the wake of so much of Bad Press due to the closure of Party...Don't MissJanasena To Come Up With A Time TablePawan Kalyan's Janasena Party took 10 days after the Polling to conduct its first Review...