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TDP workers pelt stones at Amit Shah's convoy in Tirupati
The desperation levels are enhancing day by day in the Telugu Desam cadre it seems, as the convoy of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Amit Shah was pelted with stones on Friday.

Shah had arrived at the Tirumala Hill shrine along with his family members to pay respects to Lord Venkateswara when some angry Telugu Desam activists attacked his convoy with stones. A stone hit one of the cars in the convoy, though Shah's car was not damaged.

This act by the TDP workers has angered the BJP party leaders. Though the Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has condemned the act by his party's members it has failed to pacify the BJP leaders.

It is evident that the top brass of Telugu Desam Party are trying to censure Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the first opportunity they get. The Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has been criticising Prime Minister Modi at almost every forum whether it is a stone laying function of any industry or during election rallies. He has decided to hold rallies in all the 13 districts of the state for condemning the Central government.

Naidu has been saying at election meetings that he doesn't need any financial help from the Centre to complete his deeds, thought alleging that the Centre has cheated him by not fulfilling its promises.

The real squabble between the TDP and BJP is expected to come out in the open after the results of the Karnataka Assembly polls. The state BJP leadership is fully prepared to highlight the corruption by the TDP government. It is feared that law and order problemsmay arise if the Chandrababu government doesn'ttake appropriate measures.

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