On the other hand, Andhra Pradesh Home Minister M Sucharita has said that the opposition party had not taken any permission for organising the 'Chalo Atmakur' rally.
In another tweet, Tharoor wrote, "Actually they CAN all be wrong, as Australia (a much smaller and less diverse country than India) showed us last weekend. But you're right that we are all better off waiting for the 23rd than wasting our time in empty debate about these imaginary numbers."
The TDP chief's deliberations are part of his efforts to unite non-NDA parties and bring them together on one platform.
Rahul Gandhi asserted that the Prime Minister has only months left in office as the opposition were going to show him the sentiment of the people.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who also joined Naidu’s day-long fast took a caustic jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and alleged that he treats non-BJP ruled states as if he was Pakistan PM.
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