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Chandrababu fires on TDP leaders

AMARAVATI: Telugu Desam Party AP CM Chandrababu became serious about the controversy between the BJP and the BJP's minister Bappi raju of the TDP in the West Bengal district's Tadipalliguddem. Soon after coming to Delhi after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he took up the matter. Soon the party leaders became fire.

Despite the ally, the Minister of Pandikudala Manikala Rao said that the TDP's TDP is looking at the opposition as the Opposition is looking at the opposition in the Tadipalligudem constituency. The CM said that the CM has been granted Rs 4 crore for construction of underground drainage-cc roads in the 31 villages of the 233 Jivo constituencies released by CM Chandra Babu in 2016. However, the minister expressed his disappointment that those works were still pending. The JPP chairman has been embarrassed by the fact that it had to make a decision in the District Parishad for the development of the development and that it was stopped for a year and a half.

These comments have stirred up in the CM Chandrababu field in the background. The chairman of the JPC - the other TDP leader's comments, he warned him to change the style of Baburaj. Otherwise strict actions are given by Warning. Ministers Palla Rao - Kolu Ravindra and Pithapuram MP MLA Varma were appointed on the TDP BJP controversy. Ordered to report as soon as possible.

Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said that the controversial behavior of the TDP leaders will change the TDP-BJP alliance. While there are positive developments in Delhi now, it seems to have been ordered not to be corrupted. The BJP senior leader, who has been criticized by two of the ministers, is considering making it difficult for critics to come up with witnesses.
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