TDP vs GVL -An ugly fight in Railway Bhavan

Despite the BJP making its stance clear on the demand for the special category to AP, the TDP is in no mood to step back and continuing its protests. Though the opposition YSRCP MPs have tendered their resignations already, the TDP MPs have been staging protests to seek some public support. The TDP MPs who went to Rail Bhavan in Delhi to meet minister Piyush Goyal for Railway zone to Vishakapatnam had created a ruckus. They insulted the BJP Rajyasabha MP GVL Narasimha Rao by calling who are you and what right do you have when he was supposed to sit beside Piyush Goyal.


Ugly scenes at meeting with Railway Minister

When Telugu Desam MPs and MLAs met Minister for Railways Piyush Goyal to demand Railway Zone for Vizag, GVL Narasimha Rao interfered even as the Minister began to reply to questions posed at him. The whole issue of Railway Zone was conveniently sidetracked and the Minister was sent away citing security concerns. Even if BJP has decided to backstab the people who have trusted them, what happened to Telugu BJP MPs GVL and Haribabu? Why are they selling their souls to the devil for a seat in the parliament? Shame on them! #APDemandsJustice

Posted by Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Tuesday, August 7, 2018



In no time, it led to a heated debate and the TDP had posted the entire incident on Facebook. The post posted by Haribabu questioning the integrity of GVL had gone viral on social media. He said that issue didn’t lead to physical attacks as it’s about Vizag’s steel plant, but if it would have been about steel factory in Kadapa, the scene would have been different, warned Haribabu.


Though their demands weren’t met and there’s no hope, the TDP leaders are heaving a slight sigh of relief for defaming GVL at least. Piyush Goyal who was fed up with the nuisance left the spot. Within no time, negative news with the tagline ‘Ugly scenes’ in the Railway Bhavan spread like a wildfire in media. Both in special status and Railway zone issues, Piyush Goyal had turned a big enemy for Andhra Pradesh.

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