TDP declared its breakup with BJP officially. Finally, TDP roared up and stepped out from the NDA.
TDP decided to step out from BJP the National Democratic Alliance. Reports claiming that the decision has been taken in the TDP's polite bureau meeting on Friday, March 16, 2018. The news about the relationship breaking of TDP and BJP were moistening the air for the past few months in a way of left or right. But today the party had officially announced that the decision will be made soon by the leaders of their party.
The party source also claiming that after lifting out from the NDA the TDP will support the decision made by YSRCP's 'no Trust Motion' against BJP. The motion may get accepted or not in the Lok Sabha but the TDP decided to support the motion just to highlight their demands and the action is not a political but as a state's concern, said the report from the party.
On Thursday, YSRCP has tabled the notice over the no confidence motion against BJP in Lok Sabha by YSRCP MP, Y.V. Subba Reddy. Following the tabled notice on motion Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Chandrababu Naidu arranged the emergency meeting on Friday. Seems Mr.Naidu considered it as the right time for their next move.
After the central ruling party BJP failed to keep up their promise vowed to Andhra Pradesh during the time of election like Amaravathi Project, Special Category Status to Andhra Pradesh and more the state and the state's ruling party TDP seems fed enough with regression and ignorance with the NDA. Protests of the state's people and the minister of TDP at parliament kept uproaring for a few past months after the central proposed its final Budget. Apparently, the whole thing started after the proposal of the Union Budget that proposed in 2018.
Recently the TDP's chief and the state's chief Chandrababu Naidu made his MPs to quit their positions from the central cabinet just to show their opposition against the BJP. Now the TDP itself made its quit out from the NDA and published a notice about their support for the No Trust motion headed by YSRCP on March 16, 2018.