In the nine-page letter, Amit Shah said that TDP's decision was both 'unfortunate as well as unilateral'.
"This decision is both unfortunate as well as unilateral. It is a decision; I am afraid, will be construed as being guided wholly and solely by political considerations instead of development considerations," Shah wrote.
In the letter, Shah mentioned about the contributions made by his party for Andhra Pradesh saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has always held the interest of the people of the state.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left no stone unturned in ensuring the growth and prosperity of the people of Andhra Pradesh,” he wrote.
He also described in details the steps that were taken by Centre has taken for Polavaram project and for setting up the new Capital of the truncated state. The letter also clarified several points highlighted by TDP which severed ties with BJP and NDA. But the tone of the letter indicates, BJP is willing to get TDP back in NDA fold, but it won't remain mute spectator to TDP's campaign in Andhra Pradesh.
This decision is both unfortunate & unilateral. It's a decision;I am afraid, will be construed as being guided wholly & solely by political considerations instead of developmental concerns: Amit Shah in a letter to #AndhraPradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu on TDP's decision to quit NDA— ANI (@ANI) March 24, 2018