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Narendra Modi's visit gives momentum to BJP-TDP campaign in Telangana
The whirlwind campaign of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in Telangana region yesterday, has ignited aggressive poll campaign by NDA partners. Though he visited only four of ten districts in the region, he succeeded in sending a forceful message in the entire region that BJP and NDA only capable to nurture newly forming new states of Telangana and Seemandhra (Andhra Pradesh) as formidable developed states in the country.

His visit helped in sorting out the glitches in the BJP’s relationship with the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), besides presenting film star and Jana Sena Party president Pawan Kalyan on a common platform. This has helped to emerge BJP, TDP and Jana Sena as a major political force in both the regions.

While Pawan Kalyan was present at Nizamabad and Hyderabad, Chandrababu Naidu was present at Mahabubnagar and Hyderabad. Modi also visited Karimnagar. Returning to NDA fold after a gap of a decade, Chandrababu Naidu was seen in a very happy mood and declared “our (TDP-BJP) combination is winning combination”.

In the present elections, for the first time three prominent leaders who belong to different parties were seen from a dais appealing people untidily seeking massive mandate to form next government in both the new states.

Narendra Modi also stated in Hyderabad his joining hands with Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan would multiply the strength. Stating that in politics more than mathematics, chemistry works more, he said “if we three meets one puls one plus one is not three, but amounnts to 111”.

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