New Delhi: Hitting back at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah over his ‘doors closed’ remark for Chandrababu Naidu in NDA, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister on Monday condemned this attitude and arrogance.  Talking to news agency ANI, he said, “Who has asked him to open the door? Why is he talking like this?”

Notably, addressing a rally in Andhra Pradesh, Amit Shah said, “I am sure once the counting for 2019 elections will be over and NDA govt will come in power again, Chandrababu Naidu will make all the efforts to join NDA back but this time the doors will remain closed for him”.

Recounting his political career, Shah had said that it won’t be wrong if we call Chandrababu Naidu a ‘U-turn’ chief minister.

TDP stitched an alliance with the Congress as it assured to award special status to Andhra Pradesh, Naidu further said. Naidu also asserted that he will not stop until justice is done to the state of Andhra Pradesh.

The TDP broke away from the NDA in March this year over the Centre’s refusal to grant special status to Andhra Pradesh. The party had also moved a ‘no-confidence motion’ in the monsoon session of Parliament in July, which was defeated. TDP MPs had staged a protest inside and outside Parliament.

On many occasion, TDP leader and AP CM had accused the saffron party of betraying the state and said that saffron party is more dangerous than Congress.