Kolkata: Collective leadership is the need of the hour for the grand alliance of opposition parties, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said.
Naidu, has however, made it clear that the name of the leader for the prime minister’s post would be declared after polls.
The TDP supremo came down heavily on his Telangana counterpart K Chandrasekhar Rao for skipping the Trinamool Congress’ (TMC) mega opposition rally in Kolkata on January 19.
The absence of the BJD and Left parties at the Brigade Parade Ground national unity rally, which was participated by nearly two dozen opposition leaders, had also set tongues wagging.
Naidu criticized the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and dubbed him as a “publicity-seeking prime minister, who only raises slogans and never performs”.
The Andhra CM said nobody is working single-handedly. Not Mamata Banerjee, not Sharad Pawar, we are all together.
Their commitment-level to save India is very high, he said and added that it was clear during the rally in Kolkata that we are working together.