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TDP Chief calls BJP an opportunistic party

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Apr 20 (UNI) Opposition TDP Leader and former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who supported the NDA government for its full term from outside, today described the BJP as an opportunistic party and said his party would never enter into an alliance with it in future.

Speaking to media persons who went to the NTR Trust Bhavan, his party headquarters to cover his 56th birth day, which he celebrated without extravaganza amidst his close followers and admirers in view of the murder of his party leader K Suryapratapa Reddy and the death of freedom fighter Gouthu Lachanna, Naidu reminded that L K Advani who now supported the separation of Telangana region from Andhra Pradesh once opposed it when his party supported the NDA government.

Mr Naidu who went to participate in the last rites of Lachanna who is the father of his party MLA GSS Shivaji in Srikakulam districrt returned to his office in the evening. He was greeted by enthusiastic followers and MLAs on his birth day. He has declined to cut a cake brought by some activists. He however accepted bouquets.

He has inaugurated a blood donation camp where 56 TDP activists donated blood.

Naidu told mediapersons that while his party men gave blood, Congressmen were sucking it. He has alleged that the Congress leaders were deliberately killing all their adversaries with the help of the police. He claimed that most of the TDP men involved in factionalism had shunned it and were leading a peaceful life. As they were potential political enemies, they were being eliminated, he alleged.


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