Why did Chandrababu Naidu revolt against Narendra Modi
Chandrababu Naidu's sudden revolt on the centre is a clever strategy to frustrate the plans of ambitious BJP. As part of its 'Mission-7 states', the BJP was determined to increase its tally atleast in the parliamentary seats. The Saffron party was restless with TDP as Naidu is unyielding. Thus sailing with TDP, the BJP has always maintained undeclared cordiality with opposition YSR Congress and latter reciprocated. Upset with this bonhomie between his alliance partner BJP with YCP, Naidu engineered a coup of sorts by declaring a sentimental war on BJP-led centre. With this, he seeks to accomplish multiple objectives with one shot - making BJP a political untouchable in state politics, thwart any possible alliance between YSR Congress and BJP, divert the people's attention from YS Jagan's padayatra, ensure multi-cornered contest in the state to split anti-establishment vote benefiting TDP and tide over the possible anti-incumbency by diverting the people's anger at the centre.