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Chandrababu Naidu's hopes: Modi's wave will bring him back into power
Will Narendra Modi bring back Chandrababu Naidu into power? Can TDP retain its lost image? These are the questions drumming in every minds of residuary part of Andhra Pradesh. Already the TDP-BJP alliance has lost the hope on Telangana and the two party combination may not in a position to get even one seat of the Parliament in Telangana.

Now the attention has been focused on Seemandhra (residuary Andhra Pradesh) which has 25 Parliament seats. Already the principle campaigner Modi has addressed six marathon rallies starting from Tirupati to Visakhapatnam. In all the meetings, the TDP president Chandrababu Naidu and Cinema actor Pawan Kalyan addressed the gathering preceding to him.

The main issue is whether people of Andhra believe the words of Naraendra Modi? Principally Andhra and Rayalaseema people are against the bifurcation issue and in the state TDP and in centre BJP have played a very crucial role for it and now they are saying that bifurcation was not proper and it was done at the helm of the Congress party.

Moreover the mud has been thrown on Jagan by Naidu and Pawan Kalyan (he had not protested even once during the agitation). Another doubt has been cropping up in the minds of people that why Pawan Kalyan and Chandrababu Naidu cam together. When Prajarajyam was founded, Pawan Kalyan was its youth wing chief and used to rebuke TDP and Chandrababu Naidu. Now they have become friends to stall the prospects of Jaganmohan Reddy. Mr. Modi has joined them to applaud their intentions.

In all the rallies the BJP PM candidate has assured the Seemandhra people for a better state regarding employment opportunities and development. He praised the hardworking nature of the Andhra people. He wants to make Vizag an internationally recognized city. He also suggested that Chandrababu Naidu constitute a committee to tour various countries to build an extraordinary capital city which outdates even Delhi.

Chandrababu Naidu was extremely in high spirits as rallies were well attended in Andhra and Modi hit out at Jagan as scammer and ask the people not to vote him. He also gave a slogan not to vote for Scammandhra by Seemandhra.

If Seemandhra people opt for Scamandhra (Jaganmohan), then the NDA government would not support it, Modi had said. If the TDP-BJP alliance was voted to power then Chandrababu would become the Chief Minister and the Government of NDA which will come to power after the elections would extend support for development.

He stressed more for Chandrababu rule rather than his government at Delhi. The BJP Prime Ministerial candidate had opined that the Krishna-Godavari basins gas would make the country more prosperous. He praised the Chandrababu Naidu that he had made Hyderabad as Software hub and now he lends his hand to make Seemandhra a Hardware hub.

Modi has addressed five meeting on 1st May starting from Madanapalle to Nellore, Guntur, Bhimavaram and finally Visakhapatnam. On the previous day (30th April) he addressed a rally in Tirupati and halted for a night there.

Actually the TDP has given only 13 assembly seats and four parliament seats to BJP in Andhra Pradesh, where as in Telangan 45 assembly seats and eight Parliament seats are given. It appears that BJP is more interested in bringing back Chandrababu Naidu as Chief Minister.

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