The battle between Narendra Modi and Trinamool Congress Chief and the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee raised political heat all over the country. After that pitched battle, Modi is taking on Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Modi will address a public meeting at Guntur on February 10. This will be the Prime Ministers first visit to Andhra Pradesh in close to two years and also after the TDP pulled out of the NDA.
It is needless to say that Modi will talk about the bluff of allegations raised against him by Chandrababu. It is said that he is going to expose what the central had done to the state in the past four years, which babu denied in his earlier meetings and in the recent assembly session. Even BJP doesn’t have any stakes in this Telugu state, what all Modi want is to see the defeat of Chandra Babu Naidu in upcoming elections.
On the other side, Babu strategically, chosen February 11, a day after Modi’s rally in Guntur, to launch a counter-attack on Modi. He will question Modi’s indifferent attitude on Andhra Pradesh and witch-hunt on Top leaders and his collusion with the TDP political rivals. During this Babu will blame Modi for the lack of implementation of his pre-poll promises for sure.