BJP's Recent Plan Of Action Blows TDP:- There is a thriving insecurity among Bharatiya Janata Party leaders, but peculiarly, it has risen to a new high after Karnataka poll debacle.
After Telugu Desam Party ditched BJP and moved No-Confidence Motion, surprised BJP is trying to keep its flock together trying to persuade its allies to stay in the National Democratic Alliance. Nitish's Janata Dal (United), Uddhav's Shiv Sena are giving jitters to NDA besides respective others.
The recent break-up of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party and BJP alliance as well indicates that all is not well within the NDA allies.
The internal survey outcomes of BJP and RSS said to have foreseen a fuss for the BJP in 2019 polls. The United Opposition parties even are sending shivers down the spine of the leaders of BJP.
BJP chief Amit Shah, in the wake of revolt by allies and fast-approaching general elections, has been reportedly instructed to patch up with the important allies.
The new indication is Amit Shah's high-level meeting with media baron Ramoji Rao. Ramoji Rao's strong admiration and close relation with TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, and Shah's closed-door meeting with Ramoji are elevating political heat even within Andhra Pradesh's BJP leaders.
The recent visit of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's primal aide and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari to Andhra Pradesh and his interactions with Chandrababu Naidu are indicating that BJP is wooing back Naidu.
Much to the astonishment and daze of TDP and dismay of the AP BJP leaders, Nitin Gadkari heaped kudos on Chandrababu and his vision, leadership skills.
All these distinctly indicate that BJP is sending consciousness to Naidu to patch up with him. Even as Naidu is gravely attacking BJP & Co and is in no mood to patch up with the BJP, BJP is leaving no leaf unturned to resolve the issues with Naidu in AP.
Gadkari's statement that AP is very special to BJP has various concealed meanings, say the political pundits.
Pawan Kalyan - Janasena party leader's miserable execution and in his inability to make any momentous political mark is likewise forcing BJP to look back at Naidu.
Gadkari's fresh statement on Port at Vadrevu and several other development proposals to AP are as well said to be part of a scheme in order to lure TDP.
Aware of the developments, TDP is now said to be making its decisions wisely. BJP is looking out for more ideas to impress Naidu, as he has already ruled out any further equation with BJP or NDA in approaching days.