With BJP battling over a series of charges including Vyapam scam, NDA’s key ally and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu today said BJP should work out to plug the gaps in communication.
“There are people, senior leaders in BJP. They will decide everything. And at the same time, always there is scope for improvement. Sometimes, there will be some communication gap also. How to handle, they have to work it out,” Naidu, told PTI here.
The TDP leader’s statement, who is a long time constituent of the NDA, comes a day after the Supreme Court ordering a CBI investigation in the massive admission and recruitment scandal in Madhya Pradesh.
The Supreme Court order for a CBI probe into the Vyapam scam had triggered a fresh round of slugfest with Congress demanding that Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan quit on moral grounds and BJP asking the opposition to stop doing politics over it.
Asked whether he was ready for a truce with his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao in the wake of allegations of phone tapping leading to bitter war of words between the two states, Naidu said that he did not have difference with “anybody.”
“What I am saying, I do not have differences with anybody. My agenda is only development, development and development. I will concentrate,” the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister said.
Upping his ante against Rao over alleged tapping of his phones, Naidu had last month met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and demanded a probe into illegal phone tapping.
Telangana TV channels had aired an audio tape containing a purported phone conversation between Naidu and a nominated MLA of the Telangana Assembly, Elvis Stephenson in what is known as ‘cash for vote scandal’.