After the Shiv Sena, TDP is the second NDA party to criticize Modi openly.

In what may be referred as a big blow to the NDA, the Telugu Desam Party has hit out at the Modi Government for ignoring its alliance partners. The TDP also criticized Jaitley’s budget and highlighted that Andhra Pradesh’s demands had been wholly neglected.

TDP’s top brass suggests that the party’s MPs are ill-treated. The Andhra Pradesh Government does not get the required support from the center. The party’s leadership says it was easy to deal with the Congress at the center than the Modi Government. As per multiple reports, TDP leaders are urging Naidu to quit the NDA. Andhra Pradesh’s Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu is set to address a press conference tomorrow to answer all the questions.

On the other hand, Amit Shah is planning to meet local party leaders in the state during the next two days. As of now, the party has asked its leaders to not to indulge in a war of words with TDP leaders.

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