What is Vamsi’s game plan?

Vallabhaneni Vamsi resigned from Telugu Desam Party. He has not resigned from Assembly membership. Technically he is still a member of TDP in Assembly. Now looking at the Vallabhneni’s remarks, it appears he is not going to resign from Assembly. He made harsh remarks on TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu and his son Lokesh. It becomes clear from what he said is that he wants the party to suspend him.

If Chandrababu suspends him from the party, he may continue as an independent MLA. That’s why he lobbed the ball in Chandrababu’s court. It also appears that Vallabhaneni Vamsi has decided to criticize TDP till Chandrababu expels him from the party. By announcing support to Jagan government, he has put Chandrababu in a dilemma.

While stating that he will support Jagan government, Vallabhaneni tried to put TDP into dilemma. By raising Junior NTR issue, he tried to corner Chandrababu. He asked why Junior NTR was not allowed to participate in campaigning after 2009 elections. He alleged that the party will become corrupt because of Nara Lokesh. He asked why the TDP leaders who are claiming that Lokesh gave them the party tickets failed to ensure his victory.

Vallabhaneni said before 2014 elections Chandrababu promised waiver of Dwacra women’s loans and farm loan waiver but failed to fulfill these promises immediately after coming to power. He also said that along with other party leaders he too suffered because of former minister Devineni Uma. Vallabhaneni announced that he will soon join YSRCP Overall it looks that without resigning as MLA, Vallabhaneni wants to put Chandrababu into trouble.

Ravi Batchali
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