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The Telugu Desam Party has decided to exit from the National Democratic Front leading by BJP, on Friday. It also move No Confidence Motion in the Parliament today, for this effect the Telugu Desam Parliamentary Party members will serve notice in the morning hours.
Amaravati: The Telugu Desam Party has decided to exit from the National Democratic Front leading by BJP, on Friday. It also move No Confidence Motion in the Parliament today, for this effect the Telugu Desam Parliamentary Party members will serve notice in the morning hours.
The TDP Politbureau unanimously accepted the resolution on “TDP Exit from NDA”, demanding justice to Andhra Pradesh.
The TDP president and AP Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu stated that the party Lok Sabha members will move “No Confidence Motion” against government in Parliament today.
“The Congress divided the State to damage TDP on that day. The BJP is doing injustice to State to damage TDP today”, Chandrababu Naidu blamed.
The TDP Politbureau meeting was held this morning through Teleconference by Chandrababu Naidu. In this meeting all the MPs, Ministers, key leaders and MLAs and MLCs participated and unanimously accepted the resolution to come out of the alliance of BJP in NDA.
Chandrababu Naidu stated that if the TDP will support the No Confidence Motion of criminals’ party, that is YSRCP, then wrong message will go to public.
Only five MPs signed on YSRCP’s No Confidence Motion, but our Motion will be signed by 16 MPs and other parties are willing to support us in our demand for justice to the State, explained Chandrababu Naidu with Politbureau members.
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