TDP-BJP honeymoon over?
TDP-BJP honeymoon over, It appears the honeymoon between the BJP and the TDP is over, and there may not be any future electoral alliances.
- BJP gearing up to fill ‘vacant’ oppn space in AP
- Wants to become a formidable force in the State
- We will fight local to MP polls, says Ram Madhav
Kakinada: It appears the honeymoon between the BJP and the TDP is over, and there may not be any future electoral alliances.
Enough hints about this were given by BJPs national general secretary Varanasi Ram Madhav here on Sunday.
Addressing a meeting of party workers, Madhav said that henceforth BJP would not only strengthen the party from the grassroots-level but will also contest all the elections from cooperative bodies to Lok Sabha. He called upon the rank and file to gear up for the task.
He said Andhra Pradesh had no opposition party in the State as Congress has been decimated and the only opposition party that is in the State was always in news for wrong things. BJP was the only national party that exists in AP and it would emerge as a formidable political force in the state, he said.
He said people of India had started implementing what Mahatma Gandhi had told Congress soon after Independence. “Gandhi had asked Congress leaders to wind up the party, but they did not listen and now the people who are fed up with the 125-year-old party have launched the agitation for Congress Mukt Bharat,” he said
Madhav felt that the opposition parties were not playing their role properly and were doing nothing to protect the rich culture and values of India. They were only obstruct Modi government from moving ahead on the path of development. With this single point agenda, the Congress was creating ruckus in Parliament, he alleged.
He informed that Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu had assured speedy completion of Kotipalli-Narsapuram railway line. The Centre would help the new State in all respects, he said and asked party workers to take this message across to the people.
State ministers Kamineni Srinivasa Rao and P Manikyala Rao, former Union Ministers Kavuri Sambasiva Rao and U V Krishnam Raju, former Minister Kanna lakshminarayana, MP Gokaraju Ganga Raju and other BJP leaders were present.