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Amaravati: Political heat is increasing in Andhra Pradesh with each passing day and sparks are flying between the leaders of various parties. AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu is getting ready for a Deeksha in Delhi from day after tomorrow. He is over the moon with more than 22 parties supporting his Deeksha. 

In the midst of all this, BJP suddenly planned PM Modi's public meeting one day ahead in Andhra Pradesh. PM Modi will visit Andhra Pradesh and address a huge rally in Guntur. Inside talk is Modi will expose Chandra Babu's lies telling people what the Union Government did for the benefit of Andhra Pradesh. 

In the midst of all this TDP leaders are issuing statements that they will not allow Modi's meeting at any cost. This is increasing temperatures as TDP earlier did not allow Amit Shah's meeting and reports came that furious Amit Shah gave call to AP BJP cadre to work for the defeat of Chandra Babu at any cost. 

Under these circumstances, GVL.Narasimha Rao, national secretary of BJP made sensational attack on Chandra Babu. He dared Chandra Babu and his government to stop PM Modi's meeting and warned that if they do so, it will be end of Chandra Babu's government .He also said that Chandra Babu will face even greater insult that West Bengal CM Mamata Bannerjee who recently stopped CBI and arrested CBI officials before backing off after Supreme Court found fault with her actions. 

GVL's warning sent strong signals that one wrong step from Chandra Babu will spell death knell to his government. Whether CBN heard this warning or not, he called for an urgent meeting with his cabinet and is consulting how to proceed ahead with PM Modi's meeting. 


Tags: Chandrababu Naidu, CBN, Amaravati, AP CM, TDP, , PM Modi, BJP, KCR, Jagan, TRS, YSRCP, Jana Sena, Special Status
 

    
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