Updated 05:14 PM Apr 18, 2014

After meet with TDP leaders, BJP says 'no trouble, alliance will continue'

After meet with TDP leaders, BJP says 'no trouble, alliance will continue'

Emerging from a long meeting with TDP leaders, Javadekar told reporters, "There is no problem in alliance with TDP, the alliance will continue."

  • Naidu was upset with BJP fielding Purandeshwari
  • TDP had threatened to walk out on the alliance
  • BJP sent Javadekar to Andhra to hold talks
  • No word from TDP on alliance with BJP yet

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