For the last few days, people of both the Telugu states have been quite happy over the touching bonhomie displayed by the Chief Ministers of both the states. Everyone thought that Chandrababu's gesture of personally inviting KCR to Amaravati and KCR reciprocating positively assuring him that he will attend the Amaravati inaugural event will pave a healthy path for the inter-state relationship.
However, within days arises a controversy. Interestingly, the controvery is created by a handful of TDP leaders from AP, while their President Nara Chandrababu Naidu is leaving no stone unturned to make Amaravati a historic event to be remembered for years to come. The TDP leaders are openly protesting the inscription of KCR's name on the Amaravati plaque.
Stating that they are not against KCR's trip to Amaravati, these TDP leaders are alleging that KCR was the main reason behind the state's division and that they are only requesting the concerned officials to remove his name from the plaque. Meanwhile, the officials have told the protesting TDP leaders that they inscribed KCR's name following the protocol which allows the names of the CMs and Governors on the plaques.