India, New Delhi: The BJP's victorious chariot is running all over India. PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah have kept the alliance with some party in some way from Kashmir in the north to Andhra Pradesh to the south to maintain victory and keep the saffron across all over India. Recently, it won in the North-East as well. The BJP have grapped the power in Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland, where the allies have been made to come up with the BJP. With the support of the allies, the BJP has also formed a government in Nagaland.
But now the trouble is that the allies in South India are leaving BJP. The first blow was made by Chandrababu Naidu, the head of the Telugu Desam Party in Andhra Pradesh. The center with the BJP and the TDP coalition and the state government was in progress. Naidu said recently, we are getting separated. The reason given is that the center has not given its state a special state status, so coalition will not work. After then, their two ministers resigned from the center. There were two BJP ministers in the state government, they also resigned. But there is another reason why the combination of Modi and Naidu is broken. And this is not because of any political expert, we have told the social media.
Actually a video on social media is becoming viral. First you see that video, maybe you also understand the reason.
It seems that Modi has forcibly taken the hand of Chandrababu Naidu and placed him on his side chair. That too was placed in the chair for Modi himself. This video is from the time when Modi did not become the Prime Minister, These videos are from April 2014 and there was a publicity campaign for Lok Sabha elections.
Watch the video below
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