There is no taking back in stating that Modi-Shah duo is spinning the wheel in almost all the states including the ones BJP is not in the ruling. While Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan took no qualms in making his ‘three-capital’ decision take shape, speculations that his decision did have a central government’s padding are taking rounds in political circles. Adding strength to the speculations, BJP MP and senior leader GVL Narasimha Rao made key comments over the AP decentralisation Bill on Wednesday.
Stating that the resolution regarding the abolition of Legislation council reached the central government, GVL said that the government is in no thoughts to delay the procedure which already has the consent of the state assembly. Speaking to a news channel over the issue, GVL stated that the central government is unlikely to obstruct the resolution as the standing committees in the Parliament also consider suggestions to oppose the bill. “Parliament would soon take the final decision over the crucial bills,” he added. These comments made by GVL took prominence in the wake of political chaos in Andhra Pradesh.
Supporting the speculations, CPI senior leader Narayana alleged that Jagan-led government has the ‘saffron’ support unless which Jagan doesn’t seem so confident. On the other hand, a section of political analyst opined that BJP has an agenda in supporting Jagan. Shaking the grounds of main opposition TDP and hitting the morale of Chief Chandrababu has been the common agenda of YSRCP and BJP which might be one of the reasons behind the support.