In Andhra Pradesh, with several senior leaders leaving the party, the opposition Telugu Desam Party faces a series of setbacks. Recently, the late NTR's close associate, another key leader, said goodbye to the TDP. Former MLA Gadde Babu Rao, a senior Vizianagaram district chief, said farewell to the TDP. Gadde Babu Rao told the media that the party 's condition was not good and that he had served for a long time but was not accepted in the TDP.
The TDP, which was born with self-respect and self-confidence, has now vanished, Gadde Babu announced, and that is why he is resigning from the party. When in NTR 's dictatorship, the party was different and now different. He expressed anger at Naidu for failing to give people like him due respect. Babu Rao said he began his political career with the Congress Party in 1978, joined the TDP after leaving the party, and has since followed in the footsteps of the NTR. He said NTR was handing over the Bforms for MLA seats in the districts of Srikakulam and Vizianagaram at that time, but there is a distinction between the then TDP and the current one.