It seems Governor ESL Narasimhan is playing a role of politician to strengthen the BJP in two Telugu states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Governor has called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi. The one to one meeting lasted for more than one hour.
In the meeting, Narasimhan explained the hectic political developments taking place under the leadership of Chandrababu in AP and KCR in Telangana.
The impact of dharma Porata Deeksha launched by Chandrababu and the two big populist Rythu bandhu and farmers insurance schemes kick started by KCR were discussed in detail in the meeting. Pawan Kalyan's north coastal Andhra tour and BJP performance under the leadership of Kanna Lakshminarayana was also figured in the meeting.
Modi asked Governor to update him and BJP national President Amit Shah on the political developments in the two states. It is learnt that Modi and Governor also discussed the strategy required to counter Chandrababu and KCR in next elections effectively and brighten the winning prospects of the saffron party by aligning with local parties.
Modi wanted the BJP to win a good number of MP seats in two telugu states as the party is set to lose its strong hold in many northern states of India in 2019 hustings.