Chandrababu Naidu's Past Criticism of Modi Resurfaces Amidst Alliance Talks
Chandrababu Naidu's visit to Delhi to finalize the TDP-JSP-BJP alliance in Andhra Pradesh has stirred up controversy as an old comment made by Naidu regarding Narendra Modi resurfaces and goes viral.
During a public meeting in 2019, Naidu was quoted as referring to Narendra Modi as a "hardcore terrorist" and accusing him of attempting to incarcerate minorities with the Triple Talaq Bill. Naidu had further criticized Modi's handling of the Godhra incident, stating, "Those days when 2000 people were killed in Godhra, I was the first person to demand the resignation of Modi. After that, no other country allowed him."
Adding to the controversy, Naidu took to Twitter to express his sentiments, stating, "I am very proud to see my family. My family does not depend on me. But you have no family, no ties, no respect for the family system, where do you put your head when your wife talks about Yashoda Ben, the saying of Gurvinda Ginja saying also applies to you."
However, despite these past remarks, Chandrababu Naidu is now set to meet with BJP leaders in Delhi to discuss a potential alliance, raising eyebrows and prompting discussions about the complexities of political alliances and the shifting dynamics within Indian politics.