Saturday, December 4, 2021
HomeUncategorizedYSRCP And BJP Alliance Rumor Strengthens With Leaked Footage

YSRCP And BJP Alliance Rumor Strengthens With Leaked Footage

The moment the TDP walked out of NDA alliance, the ruling party BJP seek the support of TDP’s rival YSRCP to counter the Yellow camp. Since the day CBN gave his first anti-BJP speech, the speculations on a possible alliance between YSRCP and BJP are making news every passing day. Recently leaked footage from the Delhi offices almost confirms these alliance rumors.

Now that TDP turned completely against the BJP, the Central party has only one option left, that is joining hands with YSRCP to form a government and also win over CBN. Every now and then, the rumors are increasing by the acts of leaders belong to BJP and YSRCP. At one point, Prime Minister Modi who rejected his appointment to the AP CM Chandrababu Naidu gave multiple appointments to the YSRCP MPs. The PMO Office seemed as the permanent address for the YSRCP MPs as they got spotted multiple times there for the cameras. Yesterday, these leaders dared to have a secret meeting which sends a shock wave to the Political lovers.

The AP BJP Chief Kanna Lakshminarayana sent his colleague MLA Akula Satyanarayana to the PMO office and at the same time, the YSRCP MLA Buggana Rajendranath Reddy met him in the PMO office. Since then, other BJP leaders like Purandareswari, Kanna etc met the BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav to discuss tactics to counter CBN’s Government. This secret meeting got revealed when the BJP MLA Akula and YSRCP MLA Buggana visited AP Bhavan and went together inside.

However, Akula tried his best to cover this secret by claiming that Buggana has been his close friend since ages and they met only in AP Bhavan to share lighter moments. TDP now point out the fact that if they met at AP Bhavan, how could the footage visuals show them getting down on the same car. It is indirectly declared that the alliance chances are still ON between YSRCP and BJP.

Some More Interesting News:

- Advertisment -

Most Popular