TDP unhappy with the NDA’s budget
The new developments happening in the political platforms of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh indicate that the Telugu Desam Party is unhappy with the National Democratic Alliance’s budget, which is termed by many as a ‘typical pre-election budget.
In a party meeting, several senior leaders of the TDP including Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu have expressed their disappointment in the budget openly.
It has been alleged that the budget has no serious offers for the state, which is in serious need of the central government’s assistance at present due to its unscientific bifurcation.
Some senior MPs of the TDP, which contested in the general election with the support of the saffron reign, have expressed their willingness to resign from the post, which they gained with the help of the BJP from which it has now faced a step-motherly attitude.
The TDP is one of the most powerful partners of the NDA in the southern region, where the NDA has very little supporters and allies.
If the TDP decide to sever their ties with the BJP, it will affect the saffron party, more than the regional party which enjoys a comfortable state of dominance in the state in which it concentrates.
Will the BJP offer some exciting perks to the TDP to quell their anger, disappointment and frustration?
Vignesh. S. G
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