BJP Chief Shah writes letter to AP CM, calls TDP’s decision to quit NDA as ‘unilateral’

New Delhi: Calling TDP Supremo’s assertion as “untrue and baseless”, BJP Chief Amit Shah in his letter addressed to TDP Chief and Andhra Pradesh’s CM said the party’s decision to quit NDA was “both unfortunate as well as unilateral,” and that BJP is not insensitive towards AP people.

TDP Chief and AP CM Chandra Babu Naidu, earlier this week, said he could not understand NDA government’s stance regarding AP’s issues, PTI reported.

Addressing a conference with his party workers, Chandra Babu Naidu said, “We pulled out two ministers from the Union cabinet and then quit the NDA. We also moved a no-confidence motion against the Modi government. Yet, the Centre remains unmoved. What could be its strategy behind this stubborn stance,” Indian Express reports.