Amaravathi : Nara Chandra Babu Naidu, the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, on Wednesday expressed displeasure over TDP leader T G
Venkatesh for the latter’s comments about a possible alliance between TDP and Jana Sena party. Chandra Babu suggested all TDP leaders to
maintain restraint while making comments about political developments.
Earlier T G Venkatesh while speaking to media has said that there are no any differences between TDP and Jana Sena Party and the only
difference is about fight against injustices that are being done by the Central Governement. He also said that there are many chances of
stitching alliance between TDP and Jana Sena Party. While emphasizing his view on the possible alliance he referred the grand alliance in Uttar
Pradesh. He asked why can’t TDP and Jana Sena Party stitch alliance when SP and BSP had come together to contest the ensuing Lok Sabha
elections? He also said that discussion for seat sharing between TDP and Jana Sena Party may be held in March.
These comments invited the wrath of CM Chandra Babu Naidu. According to sources, Chandra Babu Naidu has warned his party colleagues not
to create jeopardy among people when the elections are due to happen in less thatn 100 days. Particularly he expressed complete displeasure
over the comments of T G Venkatesh. He asked his party leaders to maintain restraint when making comments on political developments. He
advised his party collegues that making individual announcements on party policies is not correct.