Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has met Congress president Rahul Gandhi at the latter’s residence in New Delhi.
Naidu, who blamed the election commission and Centre, for the alleged irregularities in the way the elections are conducted, even reached out to the Supreme Court, demanding to count 50% VVPAT slips. But the apex court has turned out the petition right away, shocking the opposition parties, who filed it.
Now Naidu and Rahul Gandhi discussed about the same. The duo had a word about the polling trends of the five phases of the elections. Reportedly, they also discussed about the strategies to be implemented to restrict BJP from forming government. After concluding the discussions with Rahul, the AP CM left to Kolkata to campaign for Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress party.
It seems, Naidu is leaving no stone unturned for going against BJP at the Centre and is making every effort to bring it down from the Centre. While the AP assembly and Lok Sabha results are scheduled to be out in two more weeks, it should be seen, what more plans, Naidu comes up with, in the coming days.