After Telugu Desam Party has decided to officially exit the National Democratic Alliance due to failure in fulfilling the promises made in the State Reorganisation Act, writes a letter to BJP chief Amit Shah.
Naidu in his letter said it was pointless to continue in NDA as BJP not sensitive to aspirations of AP. They have joined an alliance with the expectation that our people will get justice. We hoped that our state will get fair treatment.When our being in the alliance doesn’t serve that purpose, we feel that it is pointless to continue. Modi’s promises as a prime ministerial candidate gave many assurances. Modi has promised to build a more magnificent capital than Delhi. The revenue deficit has been reduced from Rs 16,000 crore to Rs 4,000 crore. The 14th Finance Commission said that AP would not be eligible for any state to be given package, while some states continue to have special status. The budget has also failed to make minimum reference to state guarantees. There is a sense of disrespect to five crore people.
In the four-page letter, Chandrababu Naidu did not mention about the ‘collusion’ between BJP and other parties (YSR Congress and Jana Sena) that he alleged in the morning during a teleconference with his polite bureau members.