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Rammohan Naidu will be new TDP President for AP!

Rammohan Naidu will be new TDP President for AP!
Rammohan Naidu will be new TDP President for AP!
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Political changes are drastically occurred in AP soon after Chandrababu left for vacation to Europe with his family. Four of TDP Rajya Sabha MPs were joined in BJP and gave letter to Deputy Chairman of Rajya Sabha on TDP merger into BJP. modi & Amith Shah have rigorously started their operation on opposition parties and start with destroying TDP in AP. TDP cadre expected this but not immediately as BJP is doing now.

Among of all these odds, TDP President Chandrababu Naidu is in thought of rejuvenate the party in the state. CBN was appointed two BC Community leaders as Presidents for two States. As per buzz, existing TDP President of AP Kala Venkata Rao might remove from its position. Kala Venkata Rao was lost the election in recent General Elections from Etcharla Constituency. Reportedly, young dynamic TDP leader Rammohan Naidu would become TDP President for AP.

Rammohan Naidu has retained Srikakulam Parliament segment even though there is huge anti-wave against CBN in 2019 general elections. Rammohan Naidu became popular during the discussion of No-Confidence Motion against Narendra modi in 2018 Parliament sessions. He has exposed BJP on failure of implementation of AP Reorganization Act in Hindi. His speech was stunned everyone including BJP leaders. If his appointment is really true it will be boost to TDP cadre in AP before municipal elections.

Rammohan Naidu will be new TDP President for AP!
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