Vijayawada: Discussions in political circles focus on why Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu did not meet personally with Mr. Venkaiah Naidu to greet him when he was selected as a candidate for the NDA vice-presidency last week . Both Mr. Venkaiah Naidu and the CM participated jointly in small events.
The CM was scheduled to greet Mr. Venkaiah Naidu immediately after being nominated by the NDA, but canceled it with equal speed.
According to TD and BJP sources, Mr. Venkaiah Naidu had asked the CMs not to go to New Delhi, since their cordial relations were one of the reasons for their departure.
Their friendship extended beyond partisan affiliations. It only became stronger after Chandrababu Naidu returned to CM.
This resulted in allegations of a caste angle to his friendship. After the fork, AP needed the support of the Center and Mr. Venkaiah Naidu played a key role on this front. Mr. Venkaiah Naidu even faced charges that he was acting as a TD leader rather than a BJP leader and that he was protecting TD’s interests.
There were also criticisms that in state policy, Mr. Venkaiah Naidu had criticized the YSRC, rather than acting as a leader of the national party. He was seen to support defections from the YSRC to TD.
A BJP leader said that the relationship information had come to the RSS, which led to the departure of Venkaiah Naidu. It was learned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah had also made this decision, after confirming the allegations. This led to Mr. Venkaiah Naidu asking that the CM not meet with him personally at this time.
A TD leader said the CM was scheduled to attend Venkaiah Naidu’s oath as Vice President.
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