Former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Nara Chandrababu Naidu's Delhi tour is in the news for all the political reasons. Chandrababu Naidu meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi after a long time made many start debating the possibilities of both parties coming together to patch up.
On the flipside, the Delhi tour of Telugu Desam Party chief also grabbed everyone's attention due to the alleged rebel behaviour of Vijayawada MP Kesineni Nani. When fellow TDP MP Galla Jayadev asked Nani to give a bouquet to Chandrababu Naidu, the MP refused to do so and this gave an opportunity for the opponents to target the party and its chief.
Now Kesineni Nani's episode brought another headache to the TDP as tweets that are believed to have been made from his Twitter handle surprised everyone as the tweets targeted Chandrababu Naidu on his Delhi tour.
Amid this, the MP's office is said to have rubbished the rumours on the MP making the tweets. Addressing the issue, the MP's office said that the MP did not make any tweets and there might be a big conspiracy behind the tweets and they will approach the Cyber crime wing in this row.
The alleged rift between the MP and the party leadership made many believe the tweets as true as the MP has been hinting that things are not well between both sides.
The issue popped up during the Municipal polls held in the temple City Vijayawada. Not happy with the local leaders walking with him during the post as his daughter contested the polls, Kesineni Nani warned local leaders that he is not ready to request others to work together and he needs no support.
Adding fuel to this, the way the party leadership behaved with Kesineni Nani's brother Chinni by reportedly encouraging him is believed to have increased Nani's anger and keeping that in mind, he refused to give bouquet to Chandrababu Naidu when the TDP MPs welcomed him after landing on the national capital Delhi. Needless to say, Kesineni Nani's episode is giving a headache to TDP leadership due to various reasons. If the issue is not addressed in time, it might turn even worse.