AP is slipping out of Naidu’s hands?
Chandra Babu Naidu’s greed for power and his tendency to hold on to power by any means is main the reason affecting him in 2019 assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh. Naidu had backed off from his promise that he would build a world-class state capital on land belonging to the government and had, instead, acquired fertile private land spread over 33,000 acres and now capital Amaravati looks like rich man’s capital.
From the recent past, Naidu has always been accusing the central government led by Modi’s BJP government after quitting his alliance with BJP post their failure to grant special category status to Andhra Pradesh.
Chandra Babu Naidu led AP government has itself not taken care of several critical issues and burning sensational problems of the state. In 2016, there was a huge man disaster, as Kapu community members adopted violent ways as they sought benefits under backward class criteria. In 2015, there was another incident that happened to directly involve Naidu himself, as 27 people died in the Pushkar Ghats on River Godavari’s Banks.
With so many accusations against the government and its failure to resolve such major issues over the past five tenure of the government, this will affect TDP and will lose the assembly election 2019. Meanwhile, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan is looking to form a Hung government to replace bipolar politics in Andhra Pradesh.