TDP to rope in Balayya to resolve Nani muddle

Film star and brother-in-law of TDP supremo Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Nandamuri Bala Krishna has reportedly expressed his desire to put in efforts, in his own way, to dissolve the crisis, the party is facing after the suspension of Gudiwada MLA Kodali Nani from the party.

According to sources, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu has given green signal to the proposal. Bala Krishna had expressed his desire to this effect many a time waiting for Babu’s approval.

The party leadership is not worried much on the party position in Gudiwada constituency. The party has a strong Kamma base, added with majority BC support since the formation of the party since 1983. The leadership is confident that these sections would remain firm with the party in the future also.The people in general have a soft corner for the party as it happens to the birth place of its founder Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao.

In present crisis, most of the Kamma leaders and the BC sections remained with the party. The party, it is believed is more worried about the movement of some of the BC leaders and MLAs in the party than developments in Gudiwada constituency.Congress Party leaders are reportedly eyeing these two leaders.In this backdrop, the party has reportedly decided to use the services of Bala Krishna