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    YS Jagan subtly takes aim at BJP after previously friendly relations, deflecting blame onto Naidu

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    In Andhra Pradesh, there has been a lot of speculation about political alliances leading up to the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections. The ruling YSRCP will be facing a three-party opposition alliance consisting of the TDP-JSP-BJP combine, as well as the Congress. This has been a major development in the state’s political landscape.

    Many were curious to see how Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy would react to the BJP joining forces with his political opponents. In the past, Jagan had a good relationship with the BJP, which caused tension with TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu. Naidu had previously broken ties with the BJP before the 2019 elections, but later regretted this decision.

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    During a public meeting in Visakhapatnam, Jagan expressed his strong relationship with Prime Minister Modi and the Central Government, emphasizing that their focus was on the state’s interests above all else. This statement was well-received by the audience.

    As the political landscape shifts, Naidu has once again aligned with the BJP through its partner Jana Sena Party. During a recent meeting, Jagan targeted Naidu, criticizing his past governance and alliances. He highlighted the differences between Naidu’s term and his own accomplishments since taking office in 2019.

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    With the upcoming elections promising to be highly competitive, all eyes are on how Jagan will navigate his relationship with the BJP and handle the opposition alliance. It remains to be seen how this political drama will unfold in the coming months.

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