As the ties between TDP and BJP appear to be strained over the centre's allocation of funds to Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has backed Andhra Pradesh state government saying she would support any state which was deprived of funds, similar to West Bengal.
Recently, Naidu had stated that if the BJP does not want the alliance, the TDP will chart its own course. Thackeray further commented, 'Naidu should decide his due course and political journey but Shiv Sena is prepared to walk on the edge of a sword for protection of Hindutva'.
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It is evidently clear that the Telugu Desam Party happens to be the BJP's biggest ally in the South. He said that the BJP betrayed the people of AP by going back on the promise of granting special status. "Now Chandrababu Naidu has also brought this out in the open". The Shiv Sena, another key ally, said it remained to be seen how much of the presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday was implemented on the ground. To keep the pressure on the BJP, the party has said it will "make a noise in parliament" in the ongoing budget session. "I have been told that the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) would leave the NDA because of the way Andhra Pradesh is being deprived by the Centre". After his announcement last month that the Sena will contest the next Assembly as well as Lok Sabha polls alone, Mr Thackeray said there was a debate now as to who would be the loser from the decision, his party or the BJP. It's true that BJP today doesn't need its NDA partners to survive at the Centre. Though several other TDP leaders wanted to counter Somu Veerraju's allegations, they said to have refrained from making comments owing to Naidu's orders. While the party had previously struck hard bargains with alliance partners, those equations may change and BJP will have to find ways of keeping partners on side.
A view of the Lok Sabha in New Delhi on Tuesday. In an election year, that support is even more crucial.