Friendship Started Brewing TDP and BJP Atlast?

Sun Aug 07 2022 12:57:52 GMT+0530 (IST)

The meeting between the Prime Minister and ex Chief Minister has gained the attention of one and all. Leaders meeting each other is not something new in politics. But the meeting raised many eyebrows as the former Chief Minister is the former ally of Bharatiya Janata Party.

The former Chief Minister who met the Indian Prime Minister is none other than Telugu Desam Party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu. He was invited by the union government and as per the invitation, Chandrababu Naidu went to the national capital Delhi and let Narendra Modi there.

The meeting between them gave birth to many speculations and theories behind the meeting. Though Chandrababu Naidu was invited as a part of the Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav program, as he is one of the members of the committee, many think that the meeting went beyond that.

Analysts say that various issues might have come up for discussion. Given the fact that Bharatiya Janata Party and Telugu Desam Party are changing their stand against each other

These days, Telugu Desam Party is giving it's best in changing the status quo between both parties and it looks like the efforts have worked well.

The saffron party Bharatiya Janata Party is reciprocating the same. Recently, AP BJP Chief dubbed Chandrababu Naidu as a visionary leader and now he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

These developments hint that things started turning for good between the parties and if the same trend continues, we might see BJP and TDP turning allies for one more time.

The saffron party is failing to get a step in Andhra Pradesh and it is waiting for that x factor. The decision to join hands with Janasena did not halp the party in any manner expect for an increase in the vote percentage.

Last time when Telugu Desam Party and Bhartiya Janata Party joined hands for the 2014 elections, the move made wonders and the alliance rise to power. Pawan Kalyan'a Janasena was also the part of the alliance. Later things turned ugly for BJP and TDP as the parties parted ways. The TDP leaders are trying their best in changing the status quo.