Miffed, Chandrababu Naidu may move no-confidence motion against central govt
Miffed ever since the Union Budget this year was presented, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu went to the extent of asserting that he is prepared to move a no confidence motion against the BJP-led central government.
This, he said, may even be done with the support of other parties to get “justice” for the southern state of Andhra.
He however clarified that it would only be last desperate resort.
Naidu and his Telugu Desam Party (TDP) are furious over what he says is grossly insufficient allocation for Andhra Pradesh in the Union Budget.
It need be mentioned that TDP currently is the biggest ally of the ruling BJP in the Southern part of India.
He alleged that the central government did nothing substantial for the state and that he will no longer be able to withstand injustice to people of state.
He also insisted on the special category status or a special economic package for Andhra.
YS Jaganmohan Reddy, who heads the YSR Congress, then declared that his party would move a no-trust motion if the TDP did not do so.
It need be recalled that Naidu had earlier threatened of political divorce as well but the BJP top leadership had reached out and diffused the threat. >