A day after Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu spoke against a BJP legislator in the assembly, BJP called him an "assembly rowdy" and professed that he was in "deep frustration".
It all began when Naidu criticised BJP's floor leader, P Vishnu Kumar Raju, in the Assembly on Friday when the latter tried to defend the Central government after the chief minister accused the BJP of discriminating against south India in allotment of cabinet berths.
Naidu told Raju that he had no right to be an elected (people's) representative. He then asked him what he (Raju) thought of himself. “Put me in jail? Don't we have anguish?" Naidu asked.
Party spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao tweeted:
"Chandrababu Naidu's behaviour in the assembly reveals that his madness has reached peaks. He is in such deep frustration that he behaved like an 'assembly rowdy',"
Naidu broke his ties with the National Democratic Alliance last year. He has been highly critical of the BJP-led government over various issues, especially not accepting the demand of special category status to the state.