Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is heard to be disgruntled with the behavior of a Kapu minister in his cabinet and reportedly taken an hour to make the latter understand how disappointing he is. The Kapu minister is Ganta Srinivasa Rao and what made Chandrababu so furious over him?
The Kapu agitation created a mayhem in the state more than a month back which took the start with Mudragada Padmanabham and later turned into chaos when unidentified men flared up Ratnachal express. Chandrababu was conscious about his steps and sent his representatives to discuss the things and finally succeeded in breaking Mudragada's fast protest.
In not more than 20 days, Mudragada is back to scene and started denouncing Babu's rule and promises. But this time, Kapu leaders TDP were in no mood to restrain their repulse. Leaders like Ramanujaya, Bonda Uma, Narayana, China Rajappa started batting aggresively for TDP boss against Mudragada. But What bothered all of them including Chandrababu was the silence of senior Kapu leader Ganta Srinivasa Rao.
Ganta Srinivasa Rao never found himself involved in this ruckus and maintained the same silence even when his colleagues were countering Mudragada or alleging YSR Congress's hand in chaos.
The silence was not questioned until Congress senior leader C Ramachandraiah took his turn and taunting Chandrababu Naidu in most contemptuous way. At one instance, he even called Chandrababu, 'a useless fellow'. That is the time when everyone expected Ganta to respond with a possible strong counter, as C Ramachandraiah belongs to Kadapa and Minister Ganta too is in-charge of Kadapa district.
For obvious reason, CM Chandrababu reportedly irked with Ganta's quietude and vented his anger on the latter, asking him to behave responsibly while other party leader came down to use beastly words. Well, this lecture from CM himself is said to have changed nothing and Ganta is still enjoying his silence. Now that Minister Ganta's behavior is unpleasant to CM also, senior TDP leaders are heard mumbling now about Chandrababu's decision of giving ministry to Ganta, even when many of them expressed their dissatisfaction.